Wednesday 17 January 2018

The perfect chill-out option - Irish university hosts de-stressing puppy room for students

What could relieve stress better than a playful pup?

Probably nothing, that’s what.

Exam-stressed students in Trinity College Dublin are today being rewarded for all their hard work with a room full of puppies and dogs.

The former Students’ Union bookshop at the college has become a chilled-out space for the day, complete with puppies to play with.

The de-stressing puppy room is being set up by the Students’ Union for the day and it’s all in the name of a good cause.

Peata Ireland, a voluntary organisation that arranges pet visits to caring institutions, is on campus with the host of furry friends.

Students can spend about 15 minutes in the room with the puppies in return for a donation to Peata.

Bella and Buddy Dogs owned by Nelly Grzybowska a member of PEATA during a visit to Trinity College organised by the TCD Students Union pictured are Students Laura Byrne and Ciara Scannell

Independent.ie popped in to find out more, solely for research purposes of course.

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Bella and Buddy Dogs owned by Nelly Grzybowska a member of PEATA during a visit to Trinity College organised by the TCD Students Union pictured are Students Laura Byrne,Ciara Scannell,Jessica Dolan,Yashaswi Nalawade and Mary Anne Stritch .

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