Puppies Relieve Stress Of Finals At Eastern Michigan University
Eastern Michigan University students got some help during final exams week from some four-legged friends Tuesday.
A "puppy room" was established on campus by the college's Pre-Vet Club. The room allowed students to take a few minutes out of their day to play with or pet several puppies brought to EMU by a Grand Rapids-based non-profit animal rescue.
Pre-Vet Club President Elisa Meier says getting students to take a break and play with a puppy is a valuable stress reliever for those struggling with finals.
"We have people who come and they say that they've been looking forward to this all year, or as soon as they saw the posters they were just so excited to come," Meier says.
Meier says being around so many people is also a good way to make sure the dogs are properly socialized.