It’s exam time in secondary education world!
If you are a University of Guelph student, why not “take a paws“? Try “taking a paws” with therapy dogs, a new addition this spring to the U of G Library’s roster of exam stress-buster activities.
During the inaugural two-day event April 5-6, called “Take a Paws,” students can register for up to 15 minutes of interaction with trained comfort dogs in the library. Read more about it here.
Guelph will join a growing number of universities using animal-assisted therapy to promote emotional and physical health among students.