Therapy Dog Is In Circulation At Yale's Law Library
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Something new goes into circulation today at Yale Law School's library - Monty the therapy dog. The border terrier is part of a three-day trial where stressed-out students may check him out. The therapy dogs can bring benefits such as relieving stress, plus increasing calmness and emotional well-being. One student told The New York Times�while he's not sure Monty can do all that, it'll be nice to play with a dog.
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