- Kosteniuk, B. and Dell, C. (in press). How Companion Animals Support Recovery from Opioid Addiction: An Exploratory Study of Patients in a Methadone Maintenance Treatment Program. APORIA Journal.
- Lalonde, R., Claypool, T., Dell, C.. (in press). PAWS Your Stress: The Student Experience of Therapy Dog Programming. Canadian Journal for New Scholars in Education.
- Chalmers, D, Dell, C., Rohr, B., Dixon, J., Dowling, T., Hanrahan, C. (2020). Recognizing Animals as an Important Part of Helping: A Survey Exploring Knowledge and Practice Among Canadian Social Workers. Critical Social Work. 21(1).
- Dell, C., Chalmers, D., Stobbe, M., Rohr, B., Husband, A. (2019). Animal Assisted Therapy in a Canadian Psychiatric Prison. International Journal of Prisoner Health. 15(3), 209-231.
- Dell, C., Chalmers, D., Cole, D., Dixon, J. (2019). Accessing Relational Connections in Prison: An Evaluation of the John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program at Stony Mountain Institution. The Annual Review of Interdisciplinary Justice Research. 8, 13-68.
- Husband, A., Ahmed, A., & Dell, C (2019). An exploratory case study of the impact of psychiatric service dogs on problematic substance use among PTSD-diagnosed veterans. Journal of Substance Use.
- Anna-Belle the Therapy Dog, with the assistance of C. Dell, G. Sewap, B. McAllister, J. Bachiu. (2018). “She Makes Me Feel Comfortable”: Understanding the Impacts of Animal Assisted Therapy at a Methadone Clinic. Canadian Journal of Aboriginal HIV/AIDS Community-Based Research. 9:57-65.
- Dell, D. Chalmers, J. Gillett, M. Steeves, B. Rohr, B. Fornssler, A. Husband, H. McKenzie, O. Iwajomo, C. Nickel. (2018). Effects of a Therapy Dog Program on the Wellbeing of Older Veterans Living in a Long Term Care Residence. Human-Animal Interaction Bulletin. 6(2),83-102.
- Adams C, Arratoon C, Boucher J, Cartier G, Chalmers D, Dell CA, Dell D, Dryka D, Duncan R, Dunn K, Hopkins C, Longclaws L, MacKinnon T, Sauve E, Spence S, Wuttunee M. (2015). The Helping Horse: How Equine Assisted Learning Contributes to the Wellbeing of First Nations Youth in Treatment for Volatile Substance Misuse. Hum Anim Interact Bull. 1(1):52-75.
- Chalmers D, Dell CA. (2015). Applying One Health to the Study of Animal-Assisted Interventions. Ecohealth. 12(4):560-2.
- Dell CA, Poole N. (2015). Taking a PAWS to Reflect on How the Work of a Therapy Dog Supports a Trauma-Informed Approach to Prisoner Health. J Forensic Nurs. 11(3):167-73.
- Dell CA. (2015). Questioning “Fluffy”: A Dog’s Eye View of Animal-Assisted Interventions (AAI) in the Treatment of Substance Misuse. Subst Use Misuse. 50(8-9):1148-52.
- C. Dell, D. Chalmers, J. Gillett, B. Rohr, C. Nickel, L. Campbell, R. Hanoski, J. Haguerud, A. Husband, C. Stephenson, M. Brydges. (2015). PAWSing student stress: A Pilot Study of the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program on Three Canadian Campuses. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy. 49:4, pp. 332-359.
2011 and earlier
- Chalmers and C. Dell. (2011). Equine-Assisted Therapy as an Adjunct to Solvent Abuse Treatment for First Nations Youth: A Key Consideration for Building an Empirical Knowledge Base. Native Studies Review. Special invitation. 20(1), pp. 59-87.
- C. Dell, D. Chalmers, N. Bresette, S. Swain, D. Rankin, C. Hopkins. (2011). A Healing Space: The Experiences of First Nations and Inuit Youth with Equine-Assisted Learning (EAL). Child and Youth Care Forum. 40(2), pp. 319-336.
- Dell, D. Chalmers, D. Dell, E. Sauve, T. MacKinnon. (2008). Horse as Healer: An Examination of Equine Assisted Learning in the Healing of First Nations Youth from Solvent Abuse. Pimitisiwin: A Journal of Indigenous and Aboriginal Community Health. 6(10), pp. 81-106.