two people and a dog

 

Written by Lexie Graf

 

At Frazer Consultants, we love dogs. Don’t believe me? Just check out our Puplic Relations team and you’ll see!

 

Dogs and humans share a special bond, which is why so many funeral homes are beginning to get grief therapy dogs. These specially trained dogs help people cope with grief by lowering their stress, boosting their mood, and offering comfort. That’s why we regularly feature grief therapy dogs on our Instagram account!

 

Since it’s Pet Appreciation Week, we wanted to highlight the grief therapy dogs we have featured so far. We thank them for the comfort they provide to grieving families.

 

If you want your funeral home’s grief therapy dog featured on our Instagram account, email us at marketing@frazerconsultants.com.

 

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Lola from Slack and Wallace Funeral Home

Lola is a three-year-old golden doodle that’s currently training to be a therapy dog. She loves playing with her brother, running in the park, and greeting the funeral home’s visitors!

 

Libby from Crotty Funeral Home

Libby is a certified therapy dog ready to serve her community. She is available for funeral services and local school and community events. She spends her time off swimming, going on walks, and chewing her bone.

 

Casper from Haskell Funeral Homes

Casper is a golden doodle at Haskell Funeral & Cremation Services. Going on walks, meeting new people, and having off-leash time are his favorite things! Along with helping out at his funeral home, he visits a nursing home once a month.

 

Pancake from Skradski Family Funeral Home

Pancake is a fluffy boy who enjoys walks, naps, and greeting families at the front door of the funeral home!

 

Aunt Bea from Sunset Funeral Home

Aunt Bea is a comfort dog in training. Though she’s only six months old, she’s already providing comfort and love to those who need it most.

 

Nero from Needham-Storey-Wampner Funeral Service

Nero is a three-year-old English black lab who came all the way from Russia! He serves his funeral home, local schools, libraries, healthcare facilities, and the local jail.

 

Kermit from The Modern Mortician

Kermit is a border collie who was the first certified therapy dog working in funeral services in Texas. He’s a gentle dog who provides comfort to families all over.

 

Axl from Carter-Conley Funeral Home

Axl from Cater-Conley Funeral Home is probably the fluffiest dog you’ll ever see. He regularly volunteers wherever some happiness is needed.

 

Henry B from Carpenter-Jenks Funeral Home & Crematory

Henry B is a grief therapy dog in training at Carpenter-Jenks Funeral Home & Crematory. You know he’s working when he is wearing one of his many bowties (he has about 30 different ones). He loves giving kisses and being where people are.