Cheyenne Regional Medical Center brings in much needed puppy love
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Wyoming News Now) - If you’ve ever noticed how puppies melt away stress and seem to make everything better, so has the Cheyenne Regional Medical Center.
They kicked off their special program that brings in puppies to help soothe whatever ails you.
“It’s been a really difficult last 2 years with the pandemic so this gives them an opportunity to escape everything that they are doing and get some love and de-stress,” said JJ Barley-Dunning, medical imaging representative- CRMC.
Yola’s puppy rescue is a 4-year-old non-profit that helps rescue, spay, foster and adopts over 1,000 puppies.
On Wednesday, Yola’s was working in conjunction with CRMC’s Hospital week and has been running a monthly “Puppy Snuggle therapy” for 2 years now.
This program allows staffers to leave their work area and take a much need break to love on some puppies.
This event not only brings a lot of cuteness to the hospital but also helps these puppies find get adopted.
“Oh, that one is trying really hard. We’re hoping you know if we can adopt out 3 or 4 today, that would be wonderful,” said Janet Marschner, founder of yola’s pet rescue.
On Thursday, they will be on CRMC’s East Campus.
For more information on how to get involved or to adopt a puppy, head to your website.
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