Buffalo, NY (WIVB) - The libraries at the University at Buffalo will bring therapy dogs back on campus to ease stress as students finish out the final days of the semester.
UB began bringing dogs from Therapy Animals of Western New York, TAWNY, to campus back in December of 2011. TAWNY is an organization that promotes the healing powers of dogs and other animals. The therapy effort has grown to include coffee, snacks, relaxing music, and chair massages for students.
The dogs will be available Wednesday till Friday, 11 A.M.. till 3 P.M.. at one library location on each campus.
-Room B-15, Lower Level in the Health Sciences Library in Abbott Hall on South Campus.
-The staff lounge in the basement of Lockwood Memorial Library on North Campus.
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