The stress-buffering effects of child-dog interactions

The stress-buffering effects of child-dog interactions

Our latest Human-Animal Interaction (HAI) research highlights the important role that dogs play in children’s lives. While previous research has investigated the calming effects of dogs during stressful situations for children, this new study more closely mimicked the type of interactions that children experience with dogs in their daily lives.

Go to full article: https://www.waltham.com/stress-buffering-effects-child-dog-interactions

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