University opens puppy room to alleviate student stress12/4/2012
One Canadian university is relying on puppy love to relieve finals week stress. In the most adorable administrative directive ever, Dalhousie University is opening a puppy room from December 4 to 6 to help stressed out students relax. The university is inviting therapeutic dogs usually used in nursing homes and hospitals to campus for three days this week in hopes that a little canine heart-to-heart time will help students chill out. The program is run by Therapeutic Paws of Canada, which is proponent of pet therapy for people who have high blood pressure, are lonely, depressed or stressed. That’s a program with some bite! [Source]
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