University of Hong Kong mourns the death of Jasper, its in-house therapy dog

University of Hong Kong mourns the death of Jasper, its in-house therapy dog

[South China Morning Post] - 01/13/2021

Students and staff at the University of Hong Kong are mourning the death of Jasper – the city’s first in-house therapy dog at an institution of higher learning – who passed away at the age of 12 on Sunday.The old English sheepdog was credited with helping hundreds of students in dozens of (...)


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