Nothing relieves stress like the comfort of man’s best friend.
Students at Glacier High School took a break during finals week to pet and play with a pair of therapy dogs.
The school hosted the Paws to De-Stress event on Thursday with Compassionate K-9, an organization that takes dogs and helps groups relieve stress.
Small groups of students spent a few minutes before school and during lunch playing with and petting Stryker and Brenner, both Belgian Shepherds.
The Glacier French and Spanish Clubs won a grant from the Kalispell Education Foundation last fall, and hosted a hot chocolate bar during finals week. Handlers with Compassionate K-9’s volunteered their time with the dogs.
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