Photos from Firestone Library's "Canine & Coffee Fix"

At the "Canine & Coffee Fix!" event on Wednesday, January 10, Firestone Library invited Princeton University students, staff, and faculty to enjoy a cup of coffee or tea and spend time with dogs. The DeLong Room was packed! In total, the Library hosted seven dogs, six of which are training to be service dogs with "The Seeing Eye," an organization that trains dogs as guides for blind individuals. The seventh dog, Koa, currently trains as a diabetic alert dog with one of our students, Camden Olson '19. Thank you to everyone who attended, and special thanks to "The Seeing Eye" and Camden for bringing the dogs to the Library.

Below are photos from the event.


Koa, above, is training to be a diabetic alert dog.

Students, staff, and faculty petting dogs

Students, staff, and faculty alike enjoyed the event.

Students petting Koa

Students petting Koa.


Packer is training to be a service dog with Seeing Eye.

Hubert and security staff

Hubert enjoys time with our security staff.


Packer makes friends at the event.

Koa with students

Koa enjoys the company of Princetonians.

Woody and Packer

Woody, left, and Packer, right, rest.

Woody, Packer, and students

Princetonians petting Woody and Packer.