This Article is divided into four substantive parts. Part II considers the role of pets in the United States and the impact of companion animals in the lives of seniors. Part III analyzes issues that the elderly may face in keeping or interacting with companion animals in their residences. Part IV analyzes federal laws that ensure that persons with disabilities using service and assistance animals will have access to public accommodations and housing. Part V of this Article considers risks and ethical issues involved with having animals in the lives of the elderly.
Huss, Rebecca J.
"Re-evaluating the Role of Companion Animals in the Era of the Aging Boomer,"
Akron Law Review: Vol. 47
, Article 5.
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