BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – Mid-term season can be tough for students and staff.
That’s why University of Boulder welcomed therapy dogs to help ease the tension.READ MORE: Debris, Rising Water Rush Along Black Creek As Flash Flood Warnings Plague Glen Haven, Cameron Peak Fire Burn Area
The office of Student Conduct and Conflict Resolution helped set up the first-ever outdoor “Stay & Play Dog Cafe” at the Norlin Library Quad on Wednesday.READ MORE: CDOT Says Drivers Should Pack A Few Extra Things While Traveling This Summer
“It’s an event we were looking to engage students about conflict in a really relaxed environment. It’s really hard sometimes to talk about conflict with roommates and things like that,” said Ashlyn Friend, a member of the S.C.C.R. office.
The dogs were brought in from Boulder County.MORE NEWS: Company Says GPS Showed Where Stolen Truck Was Yet Victims Say Aurora Police Showed Little Interest
It’s not clear how often the dogs will be available for students and staff.