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Snowy white Sasha, of canine comfort squad, dies

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Over the years, Dave Kettering and his therapy dog, Sasha, spent thousands of hours comforting Minnesotans who were hurting, and now thousands are mourning the loss of the beloved white angel.

In late October, Kettering and Sasha announced a reluctant retirement after it became clear that 10 years of hopping up on beds and walking hospital hallways had taken their toll.

On Thursday, Kettering confirmed that the gentle, fluffy dog many described as an angel who sheds had died. Now, he says she is truly an angel.

Leave your condolences and say thank you to Sasha at http://on.fb.me/1phwXUp


COMFORT SQUAD ARCHIVE:

Heaven-sent comfort: http://bit.ly/Hv8B9f
Sasha's soothing grace: http://bit.ly/16R6suz
Finding purpose: http://bit.ly/18HLduE
Hope on a leash: http://bit.ly/1dvFJIC


CONDOLENCES FOR SASHA

Robin Hetchler: "Rest in peace sweet Sasha. You brought us such comfort and joy on several occasions....and you were the finest lady at our tea party!"



Amy Peterson: "Thanks for sharing with everyone how special Sasha was.may she bring joy to the angels above RIP."



Ronnell Nadeau: "In shock. RIP Sash!"

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