Therapy dogs help comfort those affected by Las Vegas shooting

- Therapy dogs are providing some comfort to those affected by the mass shooting that took place in Las Vegas on Sunday, October 1.

One organization pitching in is Lutheran Church Charities and their K-9 Comfort Dogs.

Therapy dogs from different areas flew to Las Vegas to comfort the afflicted, as well as attend a candlelit vigil for the victims, per the organization's Facebook page. At least 59 people have died, and 527 more are injured following the attack.

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