Job Comfort Dog

Job Comfort Dog welcomes you to Christ the King Lutheran Church!

The Comfort Dog ministry grew as an outreach arm of Lutheran Church Charities (LCC), a Recognized Service Organization of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. The dogs serve as a bridge of caring between the handlers and the people to whom they minister.

Christ the King acquired Job from LCC in 2016 at the age of 15 months, after he had undergone over 2,000 hours of training. In his blue vest, Job visits hospitals, schools, nursing homes, and community events of all kinds. When Job wears his camouflage vest, he specifically ministers to veterans and active military. With his vest off, it’s playtime! He loves to run zoomies and chase his yellow tennis ball.

Job Comfort Dog and his handlers are ready to deploy at the request of LCC to scenes of crises and tragedies across the nation. Job was called into action recently in Collierville, TN, to comfort those affected by the Kroger shooting; he also served at Parkland, FL, in the wake of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas school shooting, as well as in Kentucky at the scene of the Marshall County school shooting.

You can follow Job on his own Facebook page and on Instagram

Request Job

To request a visit or more information about Job's ministry, please click the button below.

Support Job

There is never a fee charged for Job’s ministry, but if you would like to make a donation to help with Job’s expenses, visit our GivePlus page and select Job Comfort Dog from the dropdown.

Job's Verse

Job’s official verse is from the Book of Job:
“My ears had heard of you, but now my eyes have seen you.” Job 42:5