Hospice work helps mother, therapy dog deal with grief

03/4/2014 | Philadelphia Inquirer, The

Dolores Esposito and her dog, Daisy, make the rounds at local hospices to comfort patients, which helps Esposito deal with her grief over the death of her daughter, Dana. Daisy, who was Dana's dog, seems to have been helped, too, by the volunteering, Esposito said. Hospice dogs are in great demand and there are not enough of them, but Holy Redeemer hospice volunteer coordinator Jean Francis says not every person or every therapy dog is cut out for hospice work.

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