Feeling GratefulApril 8, 2022
Gratitude looks different for each person. It comes in the form of a smile, time with those you love, pondering the gifts you have been given and simply enjoying a walk in the park. For me, I have gratitude that I was adopted from the shelter and given a new life surrounded by humans that love me. They share their snacks, talk with me as if I am their #1 and love me unconditionally.
Having gratitude allows you to see the goodness outside of yourself. I sometimes see them crying or frustrated, but that is when my love for them shows how grateful I am to be in their lives. How do you show gratitude?
~ Foster Grant
Foster Grant a therapy dog at Samaritan Counseling Center. He was adopted from The Humane Society of Southeast Texas in May of 2021 by Samaritan’s Executive Director, Robin. Foster earned 2nd place in his Dog Obedience Training and then went on to become an American Kennel Club Registered Therapy Dog and American Kennel Club Canine Good Citizen. His office duties include running security, joining counseling sessions, and reminding the humans to take their breaks. Foster enjoys going on walks with his humans, meeting new friends, and chasing ducks around the pond.