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Qualifications

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Our Team

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Our team is made up of highly trained individuals who are able to serve all individuals in need of comfort. All team members have gone thorough training in providing comfort and have completed background checks.

Continuing education and further K9 training is a top priority for Amos and our team.

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K-9 Qualifications

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Our LCC K9 Comfort Dog has been trained and certified by Lutheran Church Charities and has undergone over 2,000 hours of training prior to being placed with us. 

The AKC has a special category for these comfort dogs: “Crisis Response Dogs”. Click the link below to learn what makes a Crisis Response Dog different from a Therapy Dog.

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