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Critters fight the jitters

City college welcomes emotional-support animals to help ease students' exam stress

<p>Therapy dogs Dexter and Claire (above) are visiting students on this, the first day of final exams. From left: students Amy Patrick, Abigail Trottier, Krystalyn munroe, Lauren Silversides, and St. John’s ambulance therapy dog handler Michelle Mungai.</p>

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Therapy dogs Dexter and Claire (above) are visiting students on this, the first day of final exams. From left: students Amy Patrick, Abigail Trottier, Krystalyn munroe, Lauren Silversides, and St. John’s ambulance therapy dog handler Michelle Mungai.

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Updated on Tuesday, April 17, 2018 at 3:51 PM CDT: Fixes abbreviation

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