Dissertation Research Study Examining Peoples? Relationships With Their Dogs After The Death Of A Loved One
As dogs increasingly have been identified as members of families and household composition has changed, their roles in the family have become more valued. This study aims to examine the owner?s relationship with his or her dog after the death of a loved one.
We are seeking individuals between the ages of 25 and 60 who lost a loved one to death in the past two years while owning a dog. You will be asked to fill out three surveys that will take approximately 60 minutes total to complete.
If you have questions about the study and would like to learn if you qualify for the study, please call 505-266-3134 or email michelle@chellehead.com and leave your name, address, and phone number with a convenient time to call. If you decide to participate, a packet with the surveys, directions, and a self-addressed stamped envelope will be mailed to you.
This study satisfies a requirement for a doctorate in the Family Studies Program of the College of Education at the University of New Mexico.

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