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WSU Dog Café
Come join us at #WSUDogCafé!
#WSUDogCafé is an exciting new program for Western Sydney University students and staff. Once per month therapy dogs and their handlers attend a university campus where people can sit and relax in a quiet place with a dog.
Sharing part of your day with a dog has been shown to provide physical, psychological, and emotional benefits. Researchers from the School of Health Science, Nicole Peel, Dr Nerida Klupp and Dr Caterina Tannous founded the Dog Café program due to their interests in student wellness and dog-human interaction.
#WSUDogCafé events run for 1-2 hours and are a fun way to de-stress on campus by spending time in the company of several therapy dogs. #WSUDogCafé is coordinated by the Western Sydney University Counselling Team and supported by Wellbeing services and Campus Life.
Meet one of our regular furry friends, "Bunny", by watching this video (opens in a new window).
Details about our Spring semester 2019 events are below.
Spring Semester Schedule 2019
Outside Building 16 from 11.30 am - 1.00 pm
- 22 October
- 5 November
Grassed area in front of the library from 11.30 am - 1.00 pm
- 24 October
Outside building U8 from 12noon - 1.30 pm
- 28 October
- 15 November
Between EA and the Rec Hall 11.30 - 1.00pm
- 10 October
- 7 November
Please send any enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1300 668 370 (Option 4 then Option 1).