Kerri Rodriguez


Kerri Rodriguez

Kerri Rodriguez

Dr. Kerri Rodriguez is a post-doctoral Research fellow with the Human Animal Bond in Colorado

Hello! My name is Dr. Kerri Rodriguez, and I'm currently a postdoctoral research fellow with the Human-Animal Bond in Colorado at the Colorado State University School of Social Work. My research seeks to understand how companion animals, especially dogs, enhance human health and wellbeing among vulnerable populations. I recently earned my Ph.D. in Human-Animal Interaction at the Center for the Human-Animal Bond at Purdue University where I worked with Dr. Maggie O'Haire. My dissertation research quantified how service dogs may benefit the lives of their handlers with physical disabilities or mental disorders such as posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and autism spectrum disorder (ASD). ​


What our Attendees Say

We had a great time learning interesting things
and bonding over new experiences.

Emilia Hoth

The speakers were all very informative,
well prepared and fun.

What a fun way to bring a community  
of dog parents together!

J. Silver
Dad to Finn

Other Members

Lili Chin

Lili is an illustrator, co-creator of the hit series Mucha Lucha and author of the new book: Doggie Language

Show More
Laisuna yu

Laisuna is a Dog Scientist, former Dog Lab Manager at the Thinking Dog Center in NYC and Wildlife Conservationist

Show More
Francesca Volpe

Editorial Team at Petminded

Show More
Get on our mailing list

Sign Up For Our Newsletter


Don't Drop The Ball!