The Dog Days Aren't Done (NYC)
NYC students, please call off your dogs, because the pups of the Good Dog Foundation are making their way to you on Tuesday, December 10. Can we get a woof woof?
Last week, we let you know that the pups were headed to Pleasantville. But before the NYC students start barking at us, we want to let you know… you get a puppy, too!
Finals are not fun, we’ve been there and we know that. But you know what makes them just a little bit better? The fact that they bring puppies to campus! On Tuesday, December 10, make your way to the Birnbaum Library Reference Area from 3:30 p.m.–4:30 p.m. to check out
a book the dogs from the Good Dog Foundation, who will be there for all your petting, hugging, kissing, and de-stressing needs.
And while you’re there, don’t forget to get your research and study on.
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