By: SARAH RAINES
Tuesday, October 10, 2017
Several Mississippi State University veterinary students recently participated in a project geared toward relieving the stress of school while helping out the Oktibbeha County Humane Society.
Third year veterinary student Veronica Kiely, a Purina student representative, was involved in deciding what to do with the dog houses.
“We had a painting event to make it fun and just kind of a stress reliever for the vet students,” Kiely said. “There were prizes for the most creative dog houses, which were judged by faculty members.”
The dog houses were painted by hand by students who worked in teams. Of the 15 dog houses donated, there were 10 judged by faculty members, and the most creative are on display in the front lobby of the Wise Center.
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