Photo from the back of a lecture room. On the screen, at the front of the room, is a slide that says "Trivia Night UTK Service Dog Club." Photo by A Munroe | The Daily Beacon
Photo from the back of a lecture room. On the screen, at the front of the room, is a slide that says "Trivia Night UTK Service Dog Club." Photo by A Munroe | The Daily Beacon

Service Dog Club hosts trivia night

UT's Service Dog Club hosted a trivia night to help people learn about service dogs and how best to respect them.


On Friday, March 22, service dogs and their handlers met for the Service Dog Club’s first-ever trivia night in Room 111 of the Art and Architecture Building. The trivia included questions about service dog laws and fun dog facts. Under the screen, a table displayed an eclectic assortment of prizes which included a dog toy, a mug shaped like a cactus and a milk frother.

The trivia night was organized by the Service Dog Club’s event coordinator, Cayley Capell, a junior majoring in psychology. Capell joined the club after seeing the issues faced by her roommate and their service dog. She wanted to put on the event because people do not know much about service dogs. Read more…


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