The stress of looming exams at George Mason University School of Law lifted for a couple of hours Thursday, thanks to the arrival of 15 homeless and adoptable puppies with velvety ears, soul-searching eyes and names like Doughboy, Sugar and Sue.
“Especially this time of the year, law school seems to ruin your life,” said Allison Tisdale, 24, a third-year from Texas who didn’t go home for Thanksgiving because she had to study.
Holding a squirming puppy, she said, “you get to be human again.”
Yale Law Library last spring brought in a “therapy dog” named Monty to help its students.
(WATCH the video below, or read the story in Washington Post)