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LEFT: Trinity Deppen and Fatheyeh Mahmud, both of New Tripoli, and Alexandra Gale of Mays Landing, N.J., watch Stephanie Kohler of Camden City, N.J., pet Katie, a tri-color collie, Dec. 6 at the Exam De-stress Day at Cedar Crest College, Allentown. Katie is owned by Leonard Sonntag of Salisbury Township. LEFT: Trinity Deppen and Fatheyeh Mahmud, both of New Tripoli, and Alexandra Gale of Mays Landing, N.J., watch Stephanie Kohler of Camden City, N.J., pet Katie, a tri-color collie, Dec. 6 at the Exam De-stress Day at Cedar Crest College, Allentown. Katie is owned by Leonard Sonntag of Salisbury Township.
Cedar Crest College Assistant Professor of Health Science Hollie Gibbons of Danielsville visits with Mr. Peabody, a 7-year-old Maltese owned by Alice Romberger of East Allentown.PRESS PHOTOS BY SUSAN BRYANT Cedar Crest College Assistant Professor of Health Science Hollie Gibbons of Danielsville visits with Mr. Peabody, a 7-year-old Maltese owned by Alice Romberger of East Allentown.PRESS PHOTOS BY SUSAN BRYANT

Therapy Dogs ease student stress before Cedar Crest College finals

Wednesday, December 19, 2018 by Susan Bryant sbryant@tnonline.com in Local News

The last week of winter semester classes went to the dogs at Cedar Crest College, Allentown, but, in this case that was not a bad thing.

Lehigh Valley Therapy Dogs were on campus Dec. 6 for Exam De-stress Day.

The dogs are trained by volunteers to promote well-being and healing through comfort and companionship.

As the end of the semester can be a tense time for the college community, the Therapy Dogs were on-hand (or in this case on-paw) to help ease the stress.

The event was sponsored by the Cedar Crest College School of Nursing.

For more information on the Lehigh Valley Therapy Dogs, visit lvtherapydogs.org.