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Therapy Dogs Bring Comfort in the Aftermath of Flooding

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By Theresa Flerx

At the entrance to the disaster relief center of Emmanuel United Methodist Church (UMC) in White Sulphur Springs, and other locations throughout the flood-affected regions of the Greenbrier Valley, stands a warm, snuggly and comforting sight – a therapy dog. The HOPE Animal-Assisted Crisis Response organization has brought specially trained dogs into the area “to provide comfort and encouragement through animal-assisted support to individuals affected by crisis and disasters.”

Read more in the Friday, July 8, edition of The West Virginia Daily News.

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