Puppies invade SFU to de-stress students ahead of exams (PHOTOS)

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Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

With finals right around the corner, students across the city are hitting the books for some last minute cramming before those all-important finals.

As stress levels rise, SFU’s Health and Counselling service came up with an ingenious solution to help students take a break: puppies!

Yes, you read that right, puppies. Adorable puppies from the Trained Pup Organization were called in to offer stressed out students a dose of fluffy therapy.

The event took place today at the Harbour Centre, and you can check out a few photos of the puppy love below.

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

Image: Derek Bedry with permission from SFU

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