Paws bring pause at Sneaky Park

Dog handler Gail Merki and therapy dog Mojo demonstrate a trick for Joshua Snyder, freshman biology major, Wednesday in Sneaky Park. The Residence Hall Association hosted its monthly therapy dog event with Paws-to-Share to help students, staff and faculty de-stress. / photo by Chris Rodriguez
Dog handler Gail Merki and therapy dog Mojo demonstrate a trick for Joshua Snyder, freshman biology major, Wednesday in Sneaky Park. The Residence Hall Association hosted its monthly therapy dog event with Paws-to-Share to help students, staff and faculty de-stress. / photo by Chris Rodriguez

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