Duquesne Students Take a Break from Finals with Animal Friends Therapy Dog
The media are invited to cover a finals study break event during which Duquesne University students can visit with a special four-footed guest.
Thanks to the Animal Friends Pet Therapy program, Duquesne students will have the opportunity to spend time with Maya, a black Newfoundland (a very large, long-haired) dog who has been a certified "therapet" for three years.
When: Friday, Dec. 8, from 11 a.m. to noon.
Where: Gumberg Library lobby, Duquesne University, 600 Forbes Ave., Pittsburgh.
Information: Media who'd like to get photos or video of this pet therapy study break with Duquesne students are asked to call Rose Ravasio in the Office of Marketing and Communications at 412.396.6051/412.818.0234 to RSVP and to arrange parking.
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