Human Animal Bond

The human-animal bond encompasses the unique interrelationships between humans and animals. It represents a component of One Health by exploring the ways that these relationships influence the health and wellbeing of both the human and animal partners. Purdue University hosts leading research on the human-animal bond.

Links:

Center for the Human-Animal Bond

Visit the Center for Animal Welfare Science

The Purdue Center for Animal Welfare Science facilitates the well-being  of animals through interdisciplinary discovery, learning, and engagement.

Visit the Center for the Human-Animal Bond for more information


The Organization for Human-Animal Interaction Research and Education (OHAIRE)


“Until one has loved an animal a part of one’s soul remains unawakened” Anatole France, French Poet, journalist and novelist

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