Students at the University of Central Lancashire were given the chance to cuddle cute dogs to alleviate stress

The Students’ Union at the University of Central Lancashire in the U.K. recently organized a Puppy Room as part of its SOS (Stressed Out Students) campaign. This fortnight of events and activities has been designed to help ease the nerves of those studying for exams and writing their dissertations. And what better way to de-stress than by cuddling an adorable puppy?

The SU teamed up with the Guide Dogs charity, which brought along a variety of puppies for the students to spend time with. Each person who attended was given 10-15 minutes in the room to interact with the dogs and their handlers. In return, a minimum donation of £1.50 was requested, which went directly to the charity for supporting the event.

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