Dog therapy spreads puppy love in Kamloops

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People with St. John Ambulance brought their therapy dogs to Thompson Rivers University on Thursday to help students relieve stress (Josh Pagé/CBC).
There's nothing quite like coming home from a long day at work or school, and the first thing to greet you is your happy and excited dog.
   
With that in mind, Thompson Rivers University now offers dog therapy for students every Thursday until mid-April.

The idea is simple: walk, pet or cuddle a few friendly dogs to relieve stress.

St. John Ambulance

Josh Pagé was at the first session, and took in all the puppy love.

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