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  • 15 seconds with a therapy dog

    Mr. Darcy is a 9-year-old English toy spaniel with French Hospital Medical Center's Healing Paws program, which brings dogs to the hospital to sit with patients. Here he sits with patient Donnie Jensen of San Luis Obispo, who is recovering from hip surgery.

Mr. Darcy is a 9-year-old English toy spaniel with French Hospital Medical Center's Healing Paws program, which brings dogs to the hospital to sit with patients. Here he sits with patient Donnie Jensen of San Luis Obispo, who is recovering from hip surgery. Kaytlyn Leslie kleslie@thetribunenews.com
Mr. Darcy is a 9-year-old English toy spaniel with French Hospital Medical Center's Healing Paws program, which brings dogs to the hospital to sit with patients. Here he sits with patient Donnie Jensen of San Luis Obispo, who is recovering from hip surgery. Kaytlyn Leslie kleslie@thetribunenews.com

French Hospital therapy dogs offer healing paws and hearts

December 22, 2015 04:26 AM

UPDATED December 22, 2015 04:04 PM