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Our Mission

Inspired by a dog’s unconditional love and loyalty, our Mission is to enrich the lives of all those who answer the call to serve and their families through the human-animal bond.  


Our team travels to various events and facilities, to bring comfort & joy,  lifting spirits of service members, veterans, 1st responders and their families.

What is a Comfort Dog?


A Comfort Dog is a newer subset of a Therapy Dog.  It's a working dog that, as the name implies, gives comfort to those facing life's challenges and enriches lives through the human-animal bond*. 


Comfort Dogs are not Service Dogs or Emotional Support Animals.  Comfort Dogs lift spirits, provides affection or comfort to people other than their owner/handler


Whereas both Service Dogs and Emotional Support Animals provide service or support for their owner/handler.

*The Human-Animal Bond is a mutually beneficial and dynamic relationship between people and animals that positively influences the health and well-being of both.

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What is unique about our program...

Like majority of veteran, military and 1st responder families...our Comfort Dogs are always On The Move. Whether it's training day, visiting a facility or supporting an event, our teams are always on the go.

Our teams have experienced bringing comfort and joy to our Hero Families at memorials, community Yellow Ribbon events, deployment ceremonies, welcome homes, funerals, prayer vigils, Vietnam TAT reunions and Military/1st Responder Memorial Runs, all across the great state of Texas.

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Our Animal-Assisted Crisis Response (AACR) Team

Tribute Comfort Dogs has an AACR team that is trained and credentialed to provide emotional comfort and support to our Heroes affected by the impacts of crisis events, natural or human-caused. This team can be invited to deploy by Crisis Event Coordinators with in our home state of Texas.  Please feel free to contact us with a specific request for information about deploying our AACR team.



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