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  • Therapy Dogs Provide Comfort to the Suffering in Boston

    Lutheran Church Charities' K-9 Comfort Dogs traveled to Boston following the marathon bombings to help residents and victims cope.
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  • Therapy Dogs Provide Comfort to the Suffering in Boston

    This couple was injured on Monday, but they stopped by the church to pet the dogs.
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  • Therapy Dogs Provide Comfort to the Suffering in Boston

    The dogs visit one of the bombing survivors just before her surgery.
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  • Therapy Dogs Provide Comfort to the Suffering in Boston

    Two of the golden retrievers who traveled to Boston this week had been comforting children at Sandy Hook Elementary School, in Newtown, Conn.
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  • Therapy Dogs Provide Comfort to the Suffering in Boston

    Comfort dogs sit outside the First Lutheran Church of Boston.
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  • Therapy Dogs Provide Comfort to the Suffering in Boston

    The dogs sit on the steps of the First Lutheran Church of Boston with a running club two days after the marathon.
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  • Therapy Dogs Provide Comfort to the Suffering in Boston

    Hospital staffers take a break to pet some of the dogs.
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  • Therapy Dogs Provide Comfort to the Suffering in Boston

    A little girl plays with one of the dogs.
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  • Therapy Dogs Provide Comfort to the Suffering in Boston

    Comfort dogs relax after a hard day's work.
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