Puppies Visit Ulster University Coleraine Campus to Calm Students During Exam Season.

The Causeway Coast Dog Rescue Service visited Ulster University’s Coleraine Campus to offer up some stress relief with a bundle of puppies for the students to cuddle. The idea was thought up by Ulster University Student’s Union where similar events are happening across the campuses. This is the second time the puppy’s have come for a visit and it is one of the most popular events on the University’s calendar.

The students are able to come to a room in the campus to talk to the rescue team and meet the wonderful puppy’s from the rescue centre. The aim is to show young people how important it is to be responsible when adopting or buying a dog. As all of the puppies brought to the Coleraine Campus have been rescued by the Causeway Team. The team are hoping that these event’s will help people to see how major an issue animal abuse is in Northern Ireland.

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