A Chicago Church is sending comfort dogs to help Vegas victims through difficult times

In this Nov. 17, 2016 photo, Elizangela Santos, a 35-year-old receiving cancer treatment, rubs the chin of a Schnauzer dog named Paola in her bed at the Support Hospital of Brasilia, Brazil. Every Thursday, patients here receive visits from a special breed of therapists: dogs trained to help them in their recovery from disease or injury. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)

The victims of the tragic Las Vegas mass shootings will soon receive a visit from everyone’s best friend from the Windy City: comfort dogs.

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The LLC K-9 Comfort Dogs from Lutheran Church Charities and their handlers are gearing up to Las Vegas to bring comfort to those who are still hurting from the shooting.

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The church posted about their visit on their website as well as Facebook page saying they will be at Sunrise Hospital to be with patients and hospital staff during this difficult time.

The organization also has a network affiliate already there and sent a second wave of back up because: doggos. They are sending seven golden retrievers along with 10 comfort workers.

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The organization has also set up a link for those that want to donate to help fund their trip.

The real question is, are they taking more volunteers at this time?!

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