This Irish wolfhound, Faith, was diagnosed with valley fever at Atascadero Pet Hospital and Emergency Center in the mid-2000s. Her owner, Kay Paz, said the dog was nursed back to good health with medication and survived. The Atascadero hospital says it treats animals with valley fever on a nearly daily basis.
This Irish wolfhound, Faith, was diagnosed with valley fever at Atascadero Pet Hospital and Emergency Center in the mid-2000s. Her owner, Kay Paz, said the dog was nursed back to good health with medication and survived. The Atascadero hospital says it treats animals with valley fever on a nearly daily basis. Kay Paz
This Irish wolfhound, Faith, was diagnosed with valley fever at Atascadero Pet Hospital and Emergency Center in the mid-2000s. Her owner, Kay Paz, said the dog was nursed back to good health with medication and survived. The Atascadero hospital says it treats animals with valley fever on a nearly daily basis. Kay Paz

Pets can get valley fever too. One Atascadero animal clinic sees cases almost every day

December 01, 2017 06:36 PM

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