Animal Therapy

Animal Therapy // October

Don’t get into your Halloween costume before you see these animals! This Animal Therapy Wednesday is all about spooky animals that are made for Halloween. From the more stereotypical animals such as the spider and the bat to more uncommon ones such as the Harpy Eagle, we have gathered them all. Get ready for Halloween and watch your back for these animals ;) We wish everyone a Spooktacular Halloween Night!

Studies have shown that interacting with animals can increase people's level of the hormone oxytocin. Oxytocin helps us feel happy and trusting. Oxytocin has some powerful effects for us in the body's ability to be in a state of readiness to heal, and also to grow new cells, so it predisposes us to an environment in our own bodies where we can be healthier.

Happy Animal Therapy Wednesday! Here's a dose of animal therapy pictures to break the week with a little peak!


Black Cat


Harpy Eagle



Mexican Red Knee Spider

White-handed Gibbon