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Puppy Love at MSU

This is the first year the Humane Society of Wichita County participated in MSU's Final's Frenzy event.
    It's definitely crunch time as the spring semester draws to a close. Getting ready and studying for those final exams can stress anyone out. But having someone to calm you down can help and all it takes is a little puppy love.
    This is the first year the Humane Society of Wichita County participated in MSU's Final's Frenzy event. But the sight of those playful pups provided the students relief from the stress. The Humane Society  even brought toys and balls so the students could play with the dogs.
    "Students are very stressed out about going in to finals so we brought some animals out to relieve some of the stress. Actually it's shown that when you pet an animal it lowers your blood pressure so it does really have stress relieving benefits," said Holly Scheller, Exeuctive Director of Humane Society of Wichita County.
    The Humane Society says this event provided a nice change of pace both the animals and students. Though no puppies were adopted Thursday night, but lots of pictures were sent to parents as hopeful graduation gifts.
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