Animals take on a broader role in human therapies

12/29/2011 | U.S. News & World Report

Nursing home residents and hospital patients have long benefited from visiting therapy dogs. Today's therapists are greatly expanding their use of animals including dogs, cats, horses and birds in a broader variety of treatments for physical, emotional and psychological conditions, this story says.

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