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Students relieve stress with dogs at Allison Hall Pet Night

With finals week fast approaching, opportunities to relieve stress are popping up all across campus. As the creators of CSU Pet Night were thinking, what better ways are there to chill out than with dogs?

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Antoine the Husky at Allison Hall's Pet Night Nov. 30, 2016. Photo credit: Nathan Kaplan

The Allison Hall Lobby was turned into a dog paradise Wednesday night as several staff and students brought pets ranging from Chihuahuas to Great Danes. The room was packed with students throwing balls, playing tug-of-war and petting the dozens of dogs.

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Kerri, a great dane, poses for the camera at Allison Hall's Pet Night Nov. 30, 2016 in Fort Collins, Colo. Photo credit: Nathan Kaplan
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Heather Michalak and her dog Terra, a chocolate lab, spending the evening at Allison Hall's Pet Night Nov. 30, 2016. Photo credit: Nathan Kaplan
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Sean Furst and Dominic Santor pet Kerri at Allison Hall's Pet Night Nov. 30, 2016. Photo credit: Nathan Kaplan
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