Pet loss and human bereavement / edited by William J. Kay [and others].
Iowa State University Press,
|Series:||A Foundation of Thanatology text
Table of Contents:
- Moral status of animals / Bernard E. Rollin
- Pet animals and human well-being / M.W. Fox
- Health consequences of pet ownership / Erika Friedmann, Aaron A. Katcher, Sue A. Thomas, James J. Lynch
- Nonconventional human/companion animal bonds / James M. Harris
- When pet animals die / Jacob Antelyes
- Population aspects of animal mortality / Alan M. Beck
- Grief at the loss of a pet / Boris M. Levinson
- Psychosocial aspects of bereavement / Herbert A. Nieburg
- Relief and prevention of grief / Leo K. Bustad and Linda M. Hines.
- Helping emotionally disturbed children cope with loss of a pet / Mary Link
- Development of a social work service to deal with grief after loss of a pet / Eleanor L. Ryder
- Social work in a veterinary hospital: response to owner grief reactions / Jamie Quackenbush
- Illness and death of pets: role of the human-health-care team / Michael J. McCulloch
- Human/animal bond revisited / Esther Braun
- Clinical aspects of grief associated with loss of a pet: a veterinarian's view / Marc A. Rosenberg
- Role of the animal health technician in consoling bereaved clients / Sally Oblas Walshaw.
- Owner/pet attachment despite behavior problems / Victoria L. Voith
- Owner/pet pathologic attachment: the veterinarian's nightmare / E.K. Rynearson
- Death of pets owned by the elderly: implications for veterianry practice / George Paulus, John C. Thrush, Cyrus S. Stewart, and Patrick Hafner
- Psychosocial model of veterinary practice / William H. Sullivan and Carole E. Fudin
- Family psychotherapy methodology: a model for veterinarians and clinicians / D.T. Wessels
- Epilogue: a historical perspective / Egilde Seravalli.