Battle Exam Stress At SFU Campuses With Puppy Therapy

SFU Puppy Therapy | SPCA

What better way to calm nerves and anxiety than by spending some quality time with puppies?

SFU is bringing Puppy Therapy back just in time for those final exams.

The SFU Health and Counselling Services group puts on the event as a way to offer a supportive environment for the SFU community. Puppy therapy is an effective way to connect with students and offer much needed support during a stressful time of the semester.

The event is a joint collaboration with the St. John Ambulance Therapy Dog Program.

There’s a closed off area where students can interact with the puppies and relax. Melt your stresses away by cuddling a cute canine.

SFU Puppy Therapy Spring 2017

Vancouver Campus, March 9-10, Harbour Centre, Teck Gallery Lounge, 12-2pm

Burnaby Campus, March 15-17, Saywell Hall, 9082 Atrium, 12-2pm

Surrey Campus, March 21-22, The Mezzanine, 12-2pm

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