Therapy Dogs Ease The Stress Of Transition For College Students
from The Huffington Post
At some colleges and universities, like Georgetown in Washington, D.C., dogs have been present on campus for years as mascots to sports teams. Increasingly, however, dogs are becoming part of campus life to help relieve stress. As students returned to the University of South Carolina this year, they were greeted by Indy, a therapy puppy who will soon be a consistent presence on campus, the Raleigh News & Observer reported. Once Indy's training is complete, she will participate in pet-a-puppy events and hold office hours at the university's Student Health Services.
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