Over the years, I’ve blogged a number of times about counseling. I’m a fan and have benefited from it both as an individual and a couple.
Yesterday, my friend Angie Smith sent me these photos. It’s from an ad for a new service called “Wolf Therapy.”
I have so many questions.
I myself am more a Kodiak Grizzly therapy guy, but you say tomato.
I’ve honestly heard great things about dog therapy and completely understand that these are wolfdogs, not purebred wolves. My friend has a couple of wolfdogs and says they are wonderful pets. But there’s still something pretty amazing about the phrase “wolf therapy.”
The bio of one of the beast therapists is pretty awesome as well.
There are three things that jump out at me are:
1. Some family thought it was a good idea to send their kid to college with a wolfdog. Can you imagine being that kid’s roommate? “Hey, I’m Tim! I brought a TV for our dorm. What did you bring?”
2. The wolfdog is able to read people’s emotions. Me too, that’s pure terror you’re reading.
3. That is the scariest picture ever.
If this is your company, I honestly think it’s awesome that you’re trying alternative approaches to therapy. Bravo. And I hope you have a sense of humor. I try to never offend someone who access to wolves.
As a reader, do you have any questions about wolf therapy?