People therapy helps bomb-sniffing dog overcome PTSD

08/2/2011 | PsychologyToday.com

Dogs thrust into highly charged situations such as war zones, violent crime scenes and abusive homes can suffer from a condition that mirrors post-traumatic stress disorder in humans, says Nicholas Dodman of Tufts University. Some cases have shown that intensive therapy with humans can help the animal recover, much as dogs and other animals have been shown to help people with PTSD improve.

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