Lynette A. Hart

Lynette A. Hart studied animal communication during her doctoral education at Rutgers University. She was founding director of the Center for Animals in Society at the University of California, and among her approximately one hundred publications are landmark studies on the socializing effects of animals for people with disabilities, and the grieving process associated with the death of a beloved companion animal. She was instrumental in establishing the country’s first pet loss support hotline.

 

Bibliography from Purdue University Press