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Valley fever can affect dogs, too

When Stockton resident Chrissy Davis was in a state of depression several years ago, she leaned on Zen, her peppy and active Weimaraner, whose only goal seemed to be improving Davis' mood.

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Posted: Saturday, September 3, 2011 12:00 am

When Stockton resident Chrissy Davis was in a state of depression several years ago, she leaned on Zen, her peppy and active Weimaraner, whose only goal seemed to be improving Davis' mood.

He would sit with her for hours, and his infectious enthusiasm for playing games with his sister, another dog named Patience, kept Davis going.

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