Trained comfort dogs help Sandy Hook survivors cope

12/17/2012 | Discovery

In the wake of the tragic shooting deaths of 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., seven therapy dogs from the K-9 Comfort Dog Ministry, part of Lutheran Church Charities, have been on hand at funerals and other gatherings to help people cope. "The dogs have become the bridge," said Lynn Buhrke, a handler for one of the dogs. "People just sit down and talk to you." The group was established after five people were killed by a gunman at Northern Illinois University in 2008.

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