DSM-III

Diagnostic Criteria

The act or fantasy of engaging in sexual activity with animals is a repeatedly preferred or exclusive method of achieving sexual excitement.

Differential Diagnosis

Nonpathological sexual activity with animals may occur because of the unavailability of suitable human partners or as a form of sexual experimentation. In such instances the use of animals is not the consistently preferred method of achieving sexual excitement.

DSM-IV

See Paraphilia Not Otherwise Specified

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