About Chloe, Clay, Danger,
Frankie, Gus, Jack, Linus and Lucy
Chloe, Clay, Frankie, Gus, and Jack are not trained therapy dogs, but they are part of our office "staff." On any given day, you may see one of these four-legged friends and they will offer support, friendship, and a wagging tail. Danger, is a certified therapy dog, working with Camilla. One-year old Lucy is on the fast-track to earning her official therapy dog certification. And, our newest canine member is Lucy's little brother, Linus, a beagle mix rescued after a storm in Detroit. They may just make a cameo appearance during your teletherapy session - and they can't wait to welcome you back to the office when we re-open for in-person visits!
The company of animals – whether as pets or service animals— can have a profound impact on a person’s quality of life and ability to recover from illnesses. A pet can be a source of comfort and can help us to healthier lives #4Mind4Body. Learn more below about how science supports animals for your mental health.