Earlier today we posted about small lawns and plants being installed in two Cornell University libraries to help keep students calm during finals.
Another academic library in New York is also doing something to keep students relaxed during a stressful time.
The University of Buffalo Libraries is bringing more than 12 therapy dogs to campus libraries this week for the second consecutive year.
Therapy dogs in the library is part of a national trend. Emory University, Kent State University and Macalester College are offering similar programs.
U. of Buffalo Libraries will also provide coffee, snacks, soothing music and chair massages to students.
Chilling out with a lovable pooch and a massage sounds superb.