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LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs Attend Silent Parade and Memorial Service at Trinity - Lisle, IL Print E-mail
Memorial Service LCC K9 Comfort Dogs were invited to attend the 21st Annual Silent Parade and Memorial Service at Trinity Lutheran Church in Lisle, IL.

The event, hosted by Downers Grove, Hinsdale, Clarendon Hills, Westmont, and Lisle Fire Departments, featured fire service vehicles from 25 surrounding communities. The parade traveled from Hinsdale to Lisle, and the vehicles displayed their lights to honor those firefighters and civilians who lost their lives due to fire or other disasters.

Angel Comfort Dog (St. John's - La Grange, IL), Kare-9 Brandy, Kare-9 Flex, Gideon Comfort Dog in training, and Sarah Comfort Dog in training were on hand at the Memorial Service at the conclusion of the parade. They were present to greet, honor and comfort firefighters, their families, and their guests before and after the service.

The LCC K-9 Comfort Dog ministry never charges those we serve but relies on gifts to cover expenses.

Please consider gifting to the LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs CLICK HERE

Last Updated on Tuesday, 20 October 2015 13:46
 
K-9 Comfort Dogs Attend Downers Grove Fire Department Open House Print E-mail
Downers Grove Open House On Wednesday night, the K-9 Comfort Dogs were invited to meet the community of Downers Grove at their Fire Department Open House. While there they met many families and made new friends. We thank all of our first responders for allowing us to come and train at their stations during the year and then inviting us to meet the community at their open houses. In attendance were Comfort Dogs Shami (St. John Lutheran Church - Darien, Illinois) and Angel (St. John's Lutheran Church - La Grange, Illinois) LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs in Training Gideon, Sarah and Reuben, and LCC Kare-9 Brandy.

The LCC K-9 Comfort Dog ministry never charges those we serve but relies on gifts to cover expenses.

Please consider gifting to the LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs CLICK HERE

Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 October 2015 22:16
 
LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs Invited to Funeral of Beloved Teacher at Immanuel Lutheran East Dundee Print E-mail
Immanuel East Dundee The K-9 Comfort Dogs were requested by Principal Sue Domeier of Immanuel Lutheran East Dundee and the family of Jamie Harvan to comfort the family, friends, faculty, and students at Immanuel as they grieved the passing of their beloved family member, friend, coworker and teacher Jamie. On Monday, October 5th, the Comfort Dogs and handlers attended a special service in the morning and then greeted the faculty and students throughout the day. The following day, the dogs were there to comfort those attending the visitation. The K-9 Comfort Dogs Ministry was also present at the funeral on Thursday. The family of Jamie greatly appreciated the presence of the Comfort Dogs. There were 12 Comfort Dog from the NID area and the LCC K-9 training class that responded each day.

The LCC K-9 Comfort Dog ministry never charges those we serve but relies on gifts to cover expenses.

Please consider gifting to the LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs CLICK HERE

Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 October 2015 12:42
 
Peotone Fire Department Invites K-9 Comfort Dogs to Open House Print E-mail
Peotone On Sunday, Comfort Dog Darlin (St. Paul - Matteson, Illinois) and LCC K-9 Comfort Dog-in-Training Reuben visited the Peotone Fire Department for their Open House. While there they met many new people, watched a helicopter land and talked about our mission to share God's love, mercy and compassion with people in our communities and across the country.

The LCC K-9 Comfort Dog ministry never charges those we serve but relies on gifts to cover expenses.

Please consider gifting to the LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs CLICK HERE

Last Updated on Tuesday, 13 October 2015 12:41
 
LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs Invited to be Present at Peoria High School Following Shootings That Left 1 Teen Killed; 3 Injured Print E-mail
Peoria High School The LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs were invited to be present at Peoria High School (Peoria, IL) following the shootings that left one teen dead and three more injured. For more information about the shooting, CLICK HERE

The team met teachers, staff, and students as they dealt with the shock, grief, anger, and fear that goes along with a tragedy of this magnitude. The Comfort Dogs and handlers met with students to spread the Mercy, Compassion, Presence, and Proclamation of Jesus Christ to everyone affected by these shootings.

LCC prays for the family, students, staff, faculty, and the community as they deal with this horrific event.

Those in attendance were: LCC K-9 Comfort Dog-in-Training Rueben, Barnabas (Holy Cross Lutheran Church-Portage, IN), Prince (Holy Cross Lutheran Church-Portage, IN), Darlin (St. Paul- Matteson, IL), Susie (St. Peter- Arlington Heights, IL), LCC K-9 Comfort Dog-in-Training Naomi, Gracie (Trinity Lutheran- Davenport, IA), Shiloh (Christ Our Savior- Dixon, IL) Asher (North Shore Lutheran Ministry- Lake Forest, IL) LCC K-9 Comfort Dog Tara Sunday, and Kye (Immanuel Lutheran- Belvidere, IL)

To gift to the LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs Fund to help us continue comforting, CLICK HERE
Last Updated on Saturday, 17 October 2015 07:15
 
Update from the LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs Deployment to Oregon Print E-mail
K-9s travel to Oregon From LCC President Tim Hetzner:
Report on OR Shooting – Morning of 10-13-2015

WHAT A DIFFERENCE 10 MINUTES CAN MAKE

Crying – hugging – praying – caring – words of encouragement – assurance of hope in Jesus – healing in Jesus – Light in a time of darkness – Good in the face of evil – this is what is happening in each of our 12-15 hr days on campus!

We arrived late Sunday night with the second team out to Roseburg, OR to be on the Campus of UCC to be with staff and students after the shootings. Our team consisted of:

  • Aaron Comfort Dog (St. John's Lutheran Church - Napa, California) with Ken Arnold, Janet Peterson, and Autumn Zimmerman
  • Moses Comfort Dog (Christ Lutheran Church - Cairo, Nebraska) with Kim Dibbern and Jan Leth
  • Angel Comfort Dog (St. John's Lutheran - La Grange, Illinois) with Kristen Stapleton
  • Bekah Comfort Dog (Immanuel Lutheran Church and School - Belvidere, Illinois) with Charmaine Cornwell
  • Hannah Comfort Dog (LCC) with Barb Granado
  • Claudia Comfort Dog-in-Training with Jeanne Moore
  • Jacob Comfort Dog-in-Training with Sharon Flaherty
  • Shami Comfort Dog (St. John Lutheran Church - Darien, Illinois) with Toni Bazon
  • Phil and Brenda Burden (Island Lutheran Church - Hilton Head, South Carolina)
  • Lutheran Church Charities President Tim Hetzner
  • LCC staff member Joel Moritz
K-9s travel to Oregon Monday morning after the team prayer time and orientation, we arrived at 7:15AM on the campus of UCC and were asked to situate ourselves in the center hub of the campus that all the students walk through. The long winding road onto the campus was filled with town people and others with signs of support and encouragement for the students returning for classes. It was very emotional to see such support. American flags from the utilizes companies hung over the road. Heartwarming. I can only imagine what the students felt as Monday was their first day back to classes.

K-9s travel to Oregon On campus, all were glad we returned from last week with the team of LCC K9 Comfort Dogs – although most are different dogs but there were several familiar faces and paws!

Like last week – we let students pet the Comfort Dogs, let them talk, and prayed with those who asked! Wow – the faith of many of the students. What has happened on this campus – if the intent of the shooter was to dampen the Christian presence – well it didn’t work. In fact, people are coming to know Jesus, some for the first time, as a result of what happened.

K-9s travel to Oregon “What a difference 10 minutes can make” was a comment I heard yesterday over and over again. To calm their fears, to know someone was there to pray for them, to have a “wet nose” of a Golden - helped the students have the strength emotionally to go from one class to the other. The same is true for Tuesday as many of the students choose not to return to the Campus on Monday but waited till Tuesday to return.

This Campus and town are strong people. They will grow stronger. There are Christians here that are doing what Christians do – love and support others with that Mercy and Compassion of Christ.

K-9s travel to Oregon The Comfort Dogs (and handlers) are walking students, who request, to their classes. They need that “ten minutes” with the Comfort Dogs to help them through the next class period. We are there for them because – well that is what we do as Christians.

Our Comfort Dogs are in the classes of the professor who was killed – to help the student’s process what has happened.

Charmaine Cornwell, handler of Bekah Comfort Dog, emailed LCC with her thoughts:

Something that really stood out to me is how God is all over this campus. The students and staff have been so receptive to prayer. Some have even asked that we pray with them…I have never prayed so much when out with the dogs as I have here in Oregon.

Ways you can support and be part of the effort to bring hope and healing to the community of Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon

Thank you for your partnership in being the hands and feet of Jesus with us and the Comfort Dogs and Making a Difference in people's lives and souls. Thank you for your support to serve those who are suffering and in need.

To read an article in the Napa Valley Register about the Comfort Dogs, CLICK HERE
To watch a video from KEZI Channel 9, CLICK HERE
To read an article from NBC Nebraska, CLICK HERE
Last Updated on Saturday, 17 October 2015 07:22
 
2nd Team Arrives in Roseburg, Oregon and UCC Campus Print E-mail
K-9s travel to Oregon and Texas A second team of LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs and handlers left early Sunday morning and have arrived in Roseburg, Oregon. The administration of Umpqua Community College requested the LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs be on campus first thing Monday morning, October 12th, when students return to classes on campus.

Please keep the students, faculty, and staff of UCC in your prayers as they transition back to the classroom.

The LCC K-9 Comfort Dog ministry never charges those we serve but relies on gifts to cover expenses.

To gift to the LCC K-9 Comfort Dog Travel Fund CLICK HERE

Last Updated on Sunday, 11 October 2015 17:22
 
Special Appeal - Second Urgent Request From Roseburg Oregon for Additional Comfort Dog Teams Print E-mail
”UCC" Umpqua Community College Administration Request Additional Week of Comfort Dogs for Returning Students

First, allow me to THANK YOU for your Generous Support of last week's Special Appeal asking for your help in getting our K-9 Comfort Dog Teams to Roseburg, Oregon in the wake of the horrific mass shootings which claimed 10 lives and seriously injured 9. On behalf of all those we have served this past week, Thank You!! I am coming to you again for your help and support as the Administration from UCC has requested a larger team to be on campus next week when the student body returns. The teams there now are tired and need to be refreshed and increased.

”UCC" In the midst of crisis God works - and works through His People. Healing - Hope - Compassion - the listening presence of another and the soft fur of a Comfort Dog; all things that God does and works through. What an impact for Jesus Christ in bringing the Mercy, Compassion, Presence and Proclamation of Jesus Christ to those suffering!

In talking with the deployed team, what echoes in my mind is team leader Rich Martin saying ... "We have never prayed with more people in a deployment than this one. It is non-stop, people wanting to talk and wanting us to pray!"

CLICK HERE to read on-the-ground updates from Rich Martin

CLICK HERE to Donate

”UCC"College Campuses are such an important ministry field. Many college students have given up on "church" - but they haven't given up on wanting meaning and purpose in life. This was demonstrated by those who willing confessed to being a Christian, knowing they would be shot in the head. I wonder how many in church on Sunday morning would do the same.

Which is more impactful - a statement on what you believe - or a demonstration of what you are willing to die for! The faith of those who were willing to die for being a Christian has impacted this whole community. It is what now rings through everyone's mind. Those who were willing to die for what they believe are being called "heroes" and rightfully so.

Others now want to know who and what their fellow students died for!

I tell you, open your eyes and look at the fields! They are ripe for harvest. John 4:35

”UCC"The administration at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon has asked the LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs to be on their campus - the only outside group to this point allowed on the campus. They have urgently requested us to be there in full force with the Comfort Dogs when the students return next week.

SO WHAT ARE WE TO DO?

When asked, we go! When asked to serve, we serve! We never charge those we serve,through your generous gifts LCC covers all the expenses so that we can bring the Mercy and Compassion of Christ to those who are suffering. This is what Christians do!

We are asking those so moved to help us with the transportation, lodging, and meal costs to bring out a new team of Comfort Dogs and handlers. Since they are asking for more Comfort Dogs when the students return, we will go, knowing that God has ALWAYS provided what we need to do what He calls us to do!

”UCC"Consider helping cover the costs of our transportation, hotel, and meals. What is not covered is being personally paid for by those going to serve.

An LCC ministry partner, Lutheran Legacy Foundation, which exists to help people in need with the Presence of Jesus Christ, has contacted LCC and graciously offered a Challenge Grant to cover half of the costs for this second deployment. Your gift, large or small will count toward meeting this Challenge Grant and sending Comfort Dogs and trained ministry handlers to Roseburg, Oregon. (See more about Lutheran Legacy Foundation at the bottom of this email)

Help us share this message to hurting, confused, and scared students and members of the community:

When I am afraid, I will trust in you. Psalms 56:3

Though I walk in the midst of trouble, you preserve my life; you stretch out your hand against the anger of my foes, with your right hand you save me. Psalms 138:7

Do not be afraid of those who kill the body but cannot kill the soul. Matthew 10:28

For I am the LORD, your God, who takes hold of your right hand and says to you, Do not fear; I will help you. Isaiah 41:13

Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid or terrified because of them, for the LORD your God goes with you; he will never leave you nor forsake you. Deuteronomy 31:6

Ways you can support and be part of the effort to bring hope and healing to the community of Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon

Thank you for your partnership in being the hands and feet of Jesus with us and the Comfort Dogs and Making a Difference in people's lives and souls.

Thank you for your support to serve those who are suffering and in need.

”Tim"


Tim Hetzner, President
Lutheran Church Charities

The Holy Spirit has been working from day one through our teams. CLICK HERE to read on-the-ground updates from Rich Martin, LCC K-9 staff leader. To donate to the LCC K-9 Comfort Dog fund CLICK HERE To watch a video from Fox 12 Oregon on the K-9 Comfort Dogs comforting at UCC, CLICK HERE To read an article on Reuters.com about the K-9 Comfort Dogs welcoming students back to campus, CLICK HERE To read articles on Nebraska.tv about the K-9 Comfort Dogs CLICK HERE Lutheran Legacy Foundation is a community foundation serving Lutheran Organizations and Christians with a variety of philanthropic products and services. CLICK HERE to visit their website.
Last Updated on Friday, 18 March 2016 12:41
 
LCC Receives Kind Message Regarding Site Visit Print E-mail
”Community LCC received a very nice note in response to the Comfort Dogs visiting Trinity Lutheran Church (Burr Ridge, IL) and their community clinic. Linda Isbell of Trinity wrote:
“We can't thank you enough for having the dogs at the Clinic. The Clinic was a huge success with over 250+ guests in attendance. The dogs were a huge hit. We had them right at the front entrance so immediately the people could see them when they walked in. The dogs were also walked throughout the clinic during the day. You could really tell the difference in some people who were nervous/scared or really shy how much they opened up when they were petting the dogs. Of course, the dogs are so cuddly and sweet that the kids never wanted to leave them. Some of the kids who looked like they didn't want to be there really changed their attitude when the dogs were around them.

We heard over and over again - Oh, doggies from little toddlers and then they'd run up to them. I saw one little boy who was crying and hanging onto his mom's leg and didn't want to look at anyone who saw the dog and went over there and then when we started to talk to him, he started talking and ended up walking around the clinic next to his mother instead of all over her. Of course he kept looking back for the doggie. There's nothing better than having a kid who won't look at you suddenly engaged in conversations. “

LCC would like to thank Trinity for the invitation and congratulate them for their success with the clinic.

The LCC K-9 Comfort Dog ministry never charges those we serve but relies on gifts to cover expenses.

Please consider gifting to the LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs CLICK HERE

Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 October 2015 12:14
 
LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs Invited to Elmhurst Fire Department Open House on October 4th Print E-mail
”Open On Sunday, October 4th, the LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs attended the Elmhurst Fire Station Open House. The LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs-in-Training that attended were Rhoda, Jonah, Reuben, Sarah, and Olive. Angel Comfort Dog (St. John’s-LaGrange, IL) also stopped by to visit. A large group of new trainers came by with Comfort Dogs Prince, Barney, Zoey, Priscilla, Claudia, Gracie, Noah and Eve from the training facility for a session in a “real visit” environment. The organizers of the event were happy to see so many dogs and the community was thrilled to have so much comfort in one place!

The LCC K-9 Comfort Dog ministry never charges those we serve but relies on gifts to cover expenses.

Please consider gifting to the LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs CLICK HERE

Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 October 2015 12:26
 
Esther Comfort Dog Enjoyed Her First Day of School! Print E-mail
”Easter Recently placed Esther Comfort Dog (Holy Cross Lutheran Church - Collinsville, IL) got right to work meeting and comforting students at Holy Cross Lutheran School this past week. We pray the students enjoy their visits with Esther!

The LCC K-9 Comfort Dog ministry never charges those we serve but relies on gifts to cover expenses.

Please consider gifting to the LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs CLICK HERE

Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 October 2015 12:31
 
Handlers of LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs Converge at LCC for Two Days of Intensive Training Print E-mail
”Training"Lutheran Church Charities completed an intensive two-day training for handlers on October 3-4. It was a wonderful opportunity to bring together new members for training and fellowship. LCC welcomed the following affiliates:
  • Messiah Lutheran Church, Lynnfield, MA with Comfort Dog Lydia
  • Trinity Lutheran Church, Davenport, IA with Comfort Dog Gracie
  • Our Savior Lutheran Church, Louisville, KY with Comfort Dog Mercy
  • ”Training"
  • CUW Mequon, WI with Comfort Dog Zoey
  • Trinity Lutheran Church, Roselle, IL with Comfort Dog Zippy
  • Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Portage, IN with Comfort Dogs Prince, Isaiah and Barnabas
  • Immanuel Lutheran Church, Belvidere, IL with Comfort Dogs Kye and Bekah
  • Timothy Lutheran Church, St. Louis, MO with Comfort Dog Noah
  • St. Paul Lutheran Church, Concordia, MO with Comfort Dog Jessy
  • LHSA, Milwaukee, WI with Comfort Dog Dora
  • Beautiful Savior Lutheran Church, Mequon, IL with Comfort Dog Lila
  • Trinity Lutheran Church, Toledo, OH (Comfort Dog Anna was unable to attend)
The LCC K-9 Comfort Dog Ministry staff trained 5 veterans who will join our LCC Kare 9 Military Ministry team:
  • Chuck Fahncke US Navy 2002-2011
  • Fermin Domingo III US Marine Corps Navy and National Guard 1992-2005
  • Melissa Dix US Army 1994-2007
  • Jay Gettings US Marine 1993-1997
  • Ron Borcherding US Army 1972-1979
”Training"Melissa Dix from Immanuel Lutheran Church, Belvidere, IL is the first female veteran to join our Kare-9 ranks. Trinity Lutheran Church, Davenport, IA, Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Portage, IN, Immanuel Lutheran Church, Belvidere, IL and Trinity Lutheran Church, Toledo, OH have been added to LCC affiliates that are dual-vested in the Comfort Dog and Kare 9 ministries.

LCC K-9 Comfort Dog Ministry and Kare 9 Military Ministry were blessed to work and train with such compassionate, loving and servant minded people. The new handlers showed patience, kindness, and compassion by their actions as they visited Lutheran Home in Arlington Heights and the Elmhurst Fire Department Open House.

God does not guarantee us a trouble-free journey, but he does ensure us that it will be meaningful.

Proverbs 19:21 There are many plans in a man’s heart, nevertheless the Lord’s counsel – that will stand.

The LCC K-9 Comfort Dog ministry never charges those we serve but relies on gifts to cover expenses.

Please consider gifting to the LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs CLICK HERE

Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 October 2015 15:20
 
LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs Deployed to Roseburg, Oregon Following Mass Shooting at Umpqua Community College Print E-mail
”UCC" On Sunday, October 4th, a group of six Comfort Dogs deployed to Roseburg, Oregon following the shootings at Umpqua Community College the previous Thursday, October 1st.

While the story was just being reported, LCC received a call from the Northwest District Disaster Response Coordinator, The Rev. Ron Norris, requesting the deployment of our LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs in response to this horrific mass shootings.

Following that initial call, the president of the Northwest District, Rev. Paul A. Linnemann, invited the LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs and handlers to Oregon to assist their district with reaching those who are in need, with the Mercy, Compassion, Presence and Proclamation of Jesus Christ.

”UCC" The LCC K-9 Comfort Dog Teams had traveled from four different states the previous 48 hours to reach Roseburg Oregon. Monday, the team met at 7:30am and started the day with devotions and prayer still awaiting God’s plan for the day. God’s call came at 8am through Pastor Sarkissian of Green Community Church. He would meet the K-9 team at Umpqua Community College as they wanted the Comfort Dogs present when the faculty and staff returned in the morning and the students were invited back at 1pm to retrieve lost articles from the day of the shootings.

When the team arrived, they were led into the center of the campus with their vehicles and given a briefing of what would be going on in the college that day. Veterans from the veteran center, the acting college President, the Sherriff, and the students all arrived shortly after the faculty.

Words cannot describe how strong the emotions were. One by one people recalled the accounts of the day while they petted the dogs. Remembering each minute, where they were and what they heard or saw. Heartbreaking, heroic, and lasting memories. The 6 K-9 teams responded with love and prayer which was so appreciated.

”UCC" We heard many accounts of the gunman’s question to his targets: “Are you a Christian?” The first person who asked and answered yes was shot and killed within seconds. The second person the gunman asked, “Are you a Christian?” knew what would happen if they answered yes, said yes and was executed. The question was repeatedly asked and when he asked the 7th person they also said yes and was executed. What brave and inspiring people who had unshakeable faith.

Mid-morning two of the teams went to Roseburg High School and then onto the Roseburg Fire Station 2. There, the students shared their stories of the day, as well as the stories of their friends and family who were directly impacted. The first responders were grateful that the K-9 teams came to visit. The day ended with a visit to the 911 dispatchers.

Please continue to lift up in prayer the victims, their families, and the community of Roseburg.

For more information about the trip from KETV Omaha, CLICK HERE

The LCC K-9 Comfort Dog ministry never charges those we serve but relies on gifts to cover expenses.

To gift to the LCC K-9 Comfort Dog Travel Fund CLICK HERE

Last Updated on Thursday, 08 October 2015 12:54
 
Martin Comfort Dog Meets Concordia University-Chicago President Print E-mail
”Martin This week, LCC Staff and K-9 Comfort Dog Martin (LCC K-9) attended the NID South Region Pastors Conference. LCC was grateful to renew connections with the pastors of the region, update them on LCC’s missions and hear about what their congregations are doing. On Tuesday, Martin Comfort Dog (LCC) was able to meet with Concordia University-Chicago President Rev. Dr. Daniel Gard. President Gard is the one of the keynote speakers. LCC appreciates all these pastors do and their leadership. We continue to pray the Lord bless and keep them as they continue to lead His flock.

Please consider gifting to the LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs CLICK HERE

Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 October 2015 10:53
 
Trinity Lutheran Church - Burr Ridge Community Welcome Comfort Dogs to Free Health Clinic Print E-mail
”Community The K-9 Comfort Dogs Angel (St. John’s Lutheran Church- La Grange, IL), Zippy (Trinity Lutheran Church and School- Roselle, IL) and Tara Sunday (LCC) were privileged to help Trinity Lutheran Church (Burr Ridge, IL) in their efforts to provide a complimentary health clinic for their community. The clinic served almost 300 families with a prayer room, a dental exam, a physician consult, a massage and a spa haircut.

Before leaving for their homes, families had an opportunity to have a photo "op" and we're served a delicious luncheon. The weather cooperated by offering a pleasant outdoor space for gathering and visiting with staff and other families. What a special day!

Please consider gifting to the LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs CLICK HERE

Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 October 2015 11:19
 
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Partners in Comfort

The Comfort Dog Ministry is made possible through the generous support of the following:

Veterinary Services provided by:

Dr. Michelle T. Cahill, DVM of Academy Animal Hospital, Joplin, MO

Drs. Glen Redeker and Erin Redeker-Goelitz of Spring Hill Veterinary Clinic, Carpentersville, Illinois

Lake Station Pet Clinic, Portage, Indiana

Dr Jacqueline Vernot of Veterinary Vision, Glendale Heights, Illinois

Dr. Paul A. Navin, DVM of All Pets Hospital in Lockport, IL

Dr. Mark Hughes, DVM of Stolley Park Veterinary Hospital , Grand Island, Nebraska

Dr. Ron Mitchell, DVM of Westport Animal Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky

Dr. John DeVries, DVM of The DeVries Animal Hospital, Elmhurst, Illinois

Dr. Julie Mattson of Terry Animal Hospital, Wilmette, Illinois

Drs. Stapleton and Ford of Barrington Animal Hospital, Barrington, Illinois

Dr. Bohdan Rudawski of Fox Lake Animal Hospital, Fox Lake, Illinois

Dr. Brian Rooney of Burr Ridge Veterinary Clinic, Darien, Illinois

Dr. Kurt E. Klepitsch of Gateway Veterinary Clinic, St. Charles, Illinois

Veterinarians of Care Animal Hospital, Arlington Heights, Illinois

Dr. Dana Resetarits, DVM of Buckwalter Veterinary Clinic, Bluffton, South Carolina

Dr. Mark Hughes, DVM of Stolley Park Veterinary Hospital, Grand Island, Nebraska

Dr. Kurt Bedow, DVM of Webster Groves Animal Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri

Grooming Services provided FREE by:

Debbie Szwandrok of Eclipse Dog Grooming, Elmhurst, Illinois

Denise Goelitz of Kitten KaPoodle Mobile Pet Grooming, Elgin, Illinois

Ana Ristic of Two Paws Up in Itasca, Illinois

Jeannie's Pet Boutique, Portage, Indiana

Lisa Racine of Grooming Lodge, South Elgin, Illinois

Paw-metto Pooches Pet Salon, Bluffton, South Carolina

Support these businesses so they will continue to support the dogs!