A student in an Emory sweatshirt sits on the ground with a huge smile on her face as she hugs an golden retriever therapy dog.
A golden retriever therapy dog wears a festive holiday headband.
Four students smile and pet a black lab therapy dog.
A student sits on the ground and hugs a black lab therapy dog.
Three students pet a Siberian Husky therapy dog.
A black lab therapy dog lays on the ground as two students pet it.
A golden retriever therapy dog gets close to the camera.
A golden retriever therapy dog lays on his back and lets a student scratch its stomach.


Photos: Pet Therapy Study Break

Dec. 11, 2017

Adorable dogs greeted students at Woodruff Library on Thursday, Dec. 7, for the sixth annual Pet Therapy Study Break.

Registration filled to capacity, with more students coming by for walk-in visits with furry friends from Canine Assistants and Pet Partners, two organizations that train therapy dogs, as well as a chance to meet Finn, the second therapy dog at Emory Counseling and Psychological Services.