Some Arizona State University students are destressing with dogs.
Arizona State Pets and Rescue is a new student club at the university.
Wednesday was "Paws For Your Finals Day." They brought in puppies to help students prepare for the upcoming finals week.
"During this time, a lot of students are stressed out with finals and the school year coming to a close, so we do this event to help students destress, play with some dogs. But at the same time, getting the puppies socialized is important and also getting exposure for the rescues in the Valley as well," Kyrie Martin said.
This is the third year the organization has put on the event.
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Tuesday, July 22 2014 10:00 PM EDT2014-07-23 02:00:37 GMT
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