Human-Animal Bond



The American Veterinary Medical Association defines the human-animal bond as a “mutually beneficial and dynamic relationship between people and animals that is influenced by behaviors that are essential to the health and wellbeing of both.”

The Dean’s Perspective Q & A Read More
The Ties that Bind: How the Human-Animal Bond is Changing Veterinary Medicine Read More
Human-Animal Bond in the Reinvented Curriculum Read More
The Human-Animal Bond throughout Time Read More
Alumni in Action: Putting the Human-Animal Bond into Practice Read More
The Health Benefits of Owning a Companion Animal Read More
MSU and Small Talk: Canine Advocate Protects Child Survivors Read More
The Bond between Humans and Livestock Read More
Serving Those Who Serve Us Read More
Grieving and Healing from the Loss of a Companion Animal Read More
Advancing Animal and Human Health: Veterinary Medical Cancer Research with Dr. Piegols Read More
A Focus on Chickens, Producers, and Consumers: Marek’s Disease Research with Dr. Cari Hearn Read More
The Story of Daisy: One Dog’s Love Brightens Future for Others Read More
Alumni Read More
In Memoriam Read More
Leave Your Legacy Read More