Therapy Dogs Give Comfort at the Mudslide

March 28, 2014 at 2:30 PM

Therapy dogs give comfort, raise spirits in aftermath of March 22 mudslide ~ by Hal Bernton and Steve Miletich

After the horrible mudslide that hit Darrington, Washington on March 22, volunteers brought their therapy dogs to help provide comfort to the community.

“As many as five of these dogs have been on scene this week. The dogs have worked with response teams on both the Darrington and Arlington sides of the slide.

Some searchers have time with the dogs as they struggle to cope with what they find at the mudslide site. The stress lines on their faces ease just a bit and they smile briefly.” ~ The Seattle Times, March 28, 2014

 

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