PuppyPalooza during final exams week at University of Maryland
The University of Maryland's student government and campus Student Union partner with 'A Forever-Home Rescue Foundation' to bring puppies for students to play with to help de-stress during final exams week. College Park, USA. 15th Dec 2011
The University of Maryland's student government association, along with the campus' Stamp Student Union, partnered with the "A Forever-Home Rescue Foundation" to bring over 20 puppies to campus for students to play with to help de-stress as final exams week began. All of the puppies were ones that are up for adoption, and also already had two rounds of vaccination shots. Students, faculty, and staff alike came to relax with the puppies. Each puppy had a "foster parent" with it to make sure it was safe and to give it time to rest when needed. Some students formed circles on the floor with a puppy inside the circle, going back and forth between them. Others took turns holding the puppies. The University's Health Center had a table set up with hand wipes and small bottles of hand sanitizer.