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Students will have the chance to de-stress during the exam period when the Pets as Therapy charity brings seven adorable dogs to the Sibson building.
The dogs, and their owners, will be at the Sibson on 11 May from 12.00 - 13.00 in the main atrium.
Visiting the school will be Benji (a poodle), Belle (a Chihuahua), Pumpkin (a border collie), Millie (a collie cross), Daffie (a small crossbreed), Bruce (a black Labrador) and Pepper (also a black Labrador).
Stroking and petting the dogs is free, but there will be the opportunity to donate to the charity, which provides therapeutic visits to hospitals, nursing and care homes as well as special needs schools and other establishments.
The event has been organised by the Kent Business Society but is open to all students in Sibson.
For advice and help on surviving exam stress, and looking after your mental health and wellbeing, contact the University Wellbeing Team at firstname.lastname@example.org or go to https://www.kent.ac.uk/studentsupport/wellbeing/
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