4 Paws for Ability provides ‘Finals Fuzz Therapy’ for WSU students

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FAIRBORN, Ohio (WDTN) – Students at Wright State University are kicking off finals week Monday. Many will spend time in the library cramming for tests, so to get a little stress relief, the university is providing some “Finals Fuzz Therapy.”

Campus service dogs from 4 Paws for Ability swarmed the library for three hours.

“It was super sweet. It was exactly what I needed this week with all the stress and everything going on. It’s really nice to take a moment to just relax and have something adorable and cute with you,” says junior Erik Moth.

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