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Therapy dogs invoke stress-relief, love

PHOTOS BY: CHRIS ROBLEDO/Golden Gate Xpress

BECA major Jalyn Ocampo (front-left), biology-physiology major Luke Wesley (upper-left), biology major Jessica Bermudez (upper-center), health education major Samantha Hudson (center), and health education major Rizalyn Hiyao (upper-right) pose for a photo with SPCA Wag Brigade therapy dog Toby on Tuesday, March 5, 2019. Toby was one of four dogs that visited the Cesar Chavez Center as part of the school’s Therapy Animal program.

 

Passerby students stop to pet Pink as The San Francisco SPCA Wag Brigade dogs visit SF State Cesar Chavez Center on Tuesday, March 5, 2019 as part of the school’s Therapy Animal program.

 

SF SPCA Wag Brigade therapy dog Pink visits SF State on Tuesday, March 5, 2019. Pink was one of four dogs that visited the campus as part of the school’s Therapy Animal program.

 

SF State communications major Hosna Opeyany holds SPCA Wag Brigade therapy dog Benga! on Tuesday, March 5, 2019. Benga! frequents SF State campus for therapy dog events. The program “aims to build community through stress relief activities, and raise awareness of mental health and wellness resources on campus,” according to the SF State website.
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