Puppy day

Kenzie Webb, Staff Photographer

With the overwhelming stress of exams coming up, the Animal Science Club hosted an event for students to aid in stress relief on Thursday, April 19, 2018. The club had four puppies visit from the Healing Species Rescue to be played with and held.

Freshman Naomi Schaaf holds a puppy as it takes a nap.

Freshman Naomi Schaaf holds a puppy as it takes a nap.

Freshman elementary education majors Allison Cantrell and Parker Foster pet a puppy.

Freshman elementary education majors Allison Cantrell and Parker Foster pet a puppy.

Nick Boggs holds a sleeping puppy in his lap as another puppy plays with his laces.

Nick Boggs holds a sleeping puppy in his lap as another puppy plays with his laces.

The Animal Science Club, who hosted the event, get together with some puppies to take a picture.

The Animal Science Club, who hosted the event, get together with some puppies to take a picture.

Annabrooke Heatherly, a member of the Animal Science Club, shows her love for animals as she holds one of the puppies.

Annabrooke Heatherly, a member of the Animal Science Club, shows her love for animals as she holds one of the puppies.

Early childhood education major Marissa Holst supports the Healing Species Rescue by coming to the puppy day.

Early childhood education major Marissa Holst supports the Healing Species Rescue by coming to the puppy day.

Nicole Pollard, an early childhood education major, holds one of the girl puppies.

Nicole Pollard, an early childhood education major, holds one of the girl puppies.

Holst and Pollard show one of the puppies affection as Holst holds her.

Holst and Pollard show one of the puppies affection as Holst holds her.