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Comfort Dogs


Hug-A-Hound Event Introduces a Community to Comfort Dogs Print E-mail
Hug-A-Hound Immanuel Lutheran Church in Belvidere, Illinois held their first ever Hug-A-Hound event last weekend. All of the guests, both from the community as well as the Immanuel congregation enjoyed visiting with the Comfort Dogs. By the end of the morning, each dog had at least one gift that children chose to share with them from the craft tables that were set up as part of the event.

Christine Young who helped organize the event spoke to two moms from the community who came because they saw in our local shopper that the Comfort Dogs would be in attendance. Because of the community enthusiasm, Immanuel fully intends to repeat this event next year, God willing, and is looking forward to having even more K-9 friends in attendance.

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Last Updated on Monday, 02 March 2015 12:14
 
LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs Help Students Prepare for Tests Print E-mail
Holy Cross Last Friday Prince, Barnabas and Isaiah, LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs from Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Portage , Indiana visited New Prairie Middle School in New Carlisle, Indiana as the students were preparing for their ISTEP tests which were set to begin this week. Because of the relaxing responses people have to LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs, this visit will hopefully make the testing period less stressful.

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Last Updated on Monday, 02 March 2015 12:11
 
Fun and Furry Visit to Clearbrook Print E-mail
Marty, Buck and Blitz
Marty, Buck and Blitz
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Jeff with K-9's Cubby, Anna, Jethro, Tabby, Susie, and Spike
Kare-9 dogs Blitz and Spike, K-9 Comfort Dog Susie, and K-9 Comfort Dogs in training Tabby, Angel, Jethro, Anna and Cubby had a happy visit with the residents of Clearbrook Center in Rolling Meadows, Illinois on Thursday, February 26.

The handlers, Kare-9 Dogs and K-9 Comfort Dogs had the joy of greeting and talking with new and old friends of Clearbrook Center. They were able to visit Steve who played for the dogs “Whose that Doggie in the Window” on the organ and visited with Ray, who is the captain of his bowling team.

The LCC K-9 team also got to make new friends Marty, Shaun, Jeff, and Pam who warmed all of the handlers hearts with their beautiful smiles. Marty loved when K-9 Comfort Dog Buck and Kare-9 Dog Blitz visited him with a rise. The dogs found a new buddy that they all wanted to gather around named Jeff.

The handlers and dogs also met two avid baseball fans, Jim who loves the Cubs, and Jeff who loves the Braves. The handlers and residents joined together to sing “Take me out to the ballgame” and are looking forward to a repeat visit in March when the pre-season is over!

LCC never charges those we serve, we rely on those led to help cover the transportation costs. Thank you for your faithful support!

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Last Updated on Monday, 02 March 2015 13:21
 
Kids in Chapel at Trinity Burr Ridge Get to Meet a Star…and Two Other Comfort Dogs Print E-mail
Trinity Lutheran On Wednesday February 25th the LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs were invited to Trinity Lutheran School in Burr Ridge, Illinois. Pastor Pollock gave the message about how we can all be the tools of God which fits so well with Trinity’s motto that we should do something. After Chapel all the students got to meet Star, Darlin and Prince, LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs, where their handlers explained what the Comfort Dogs do specifically in their communities.

LCC never charges those we serve, we rely on those led to help cover the transportation costs. Thank you for your faithful support!

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Last Updated on Sunday, 01 March 2015 15:04
 
Student at Frontier Schools in Oklahoma Find Solace with Rufus Print E-mail
Frontier Rufus, an LCC K-9 Comfort Dog was invited to Frontier Public Schools in Red Rock, Oklahoma in response to the loss of a young Frontier Middle School student who had recently passed away because of a terminal illness. Rufus and his team of handlers spent the day providing comfort to students and staff alike. Interactions with Rufus were positive and very much needed. Overheard during these interactions were student comments like: “I feel comforted because my dog died just yesterday”, “His smile makes ME smile”, “Hugging Rufus feels like home!” One of the teachers commented, “These kids really needed some cheering up today.” Frontier Schools Assistant Principal, Jera Kiespert, immediately thought of the LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs when the school administration was initially discussing what to do for the students to provide a calming influence after the loss. Ms. Kiespert was a resident of Moore, Oklahoma in May of 2013 when the community of Moore experienced devastating tornadoes. She had witnessed, and was incredibly impressed with, how the Comfort Dogs aided many in their spiritual recovery and emotional healing after the devastation. A reminder about how people we touch with LCC K-9 Comfort Dogs remember their special gifts.

LCC never charges those we serve, we rely on those led to help cover the transportation costs. Thank you for your faithful support!

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Last Updated on Sunday, 01 March 2015 15:02
 
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