Miramar College uses dogs to ease stress during finals week

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SAN DIEGO – Students feeling the stress of finals week will be able to relax with the help of therapy dogs at Miramar College this week.

To assist the college students, Love on a Leash and San Diego Humane Society are teaming up to bring their therapy dogs to campus. They’ll be available Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Counselors will be roaming around campus with the dogs to make sure students are okay and to help reduce stress, Steve Quis, Miramar College spokesman said.

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