OKLAHOMA CITY, May 9 (UPI) --
An Oklahoma therapy dog company brought canines to the University of Oklahoma to help students alleviate stress from studying.
The dogs, accompanied by handlers from A New Leash on Life, made stops this week at the university library and the College of Law to ease the minds of students studying for finals, The Oklahoman reported Thursday.
The dogs, identified by red bandannas, were made available for hugging and petting to promote feelings of relaxation.
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