Therapets Return - Paws for Stress During Exams

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It's exam time again at RGU, which mean students are working hard to balance studying and writing coursework with looking after themselves. Luckily, the Mental Wellbeing Society are back with the much loved Therapets: Paws Against Stress event! Thanks to the Canine Concern Scotland Trust, RGU:Union will host five friendly dogs at our offices for students to pet and de-stress during exam time. There will be session on Monday 9th January and Thursday 12th January, with 20 minute slots from 11:30am - 12:30pm and 1:00pm - 2:00pm. 

 

 

RGU's Mental Wellbeing Society said "Through the Canine Concern Scotland Trust, Paws Against Stress work hard to help people cope through difficult times, may that be exams, health issues or otherwise. For this reason we are super excited to welcome them back to RGU to help our fellow students de-stress as much as possible."

Students and staff and book a space by visiting the link below and selecting the time that suits best. Hwever, you cannot order more than four tickets at a time as it is unfair to other groups. You will need your ticket present on arrival either on your phone or printed for volunteers to scan.

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All those attending the event are invited to donate £2 to go to Canine Concern Scotland. To find out more about the great work they do, visit their website. For more information about the event, please contact mentalwellbeing@rguunion.co.uk 

 

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