The Positivity of Pet Therapy At Liberty University

Some students get homesick from being away from home. The comfort that a pet can bring may be the only thing a student needs to get through a stressful time.

The love and comfort a dog can give a lonely student is priceless for both male and female students.

The connection of a pet and a person is not the same as a person to person connection.

College life is challenging and the work load can be stressful and overbearing at times, so take a cat break.

Even the dog wants students to take a break. The pets will be glad that students took a break to come see them. It is a win-win situation.

A lasting positive attitude and better mental health could come from a simple hour of pet therapy at Liberty University. The time for a pet therapy program is now.

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