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Family raises funds for special dog to help with son's disease

1:43 PM, Jan. 18, 2013
Tristin Wipfli, 8, of Bellevue, who has a disorder called schizencephaly, begins his occupational therapy session at the CP Center in Allouez on Thursday.
Tristin Wipfli, 8, of Bellevue, who has a disorder called schizencephaly, begins his occupational therapy session at the CP Center in Allouez on Thursday.
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Like many kids his age, Tristin Wipfli wants a dog.

The 8-year-old Bellevue boy has been diagnosed with schizencephaly, a rare birth defect that affects the right side of his brain and causes seizures.

Now his family is working to raise $13,000 so that he can get a specially trained dog that can alert them when Tristin is about to have a seizure and stay with him during the process to make sure he's in a safe position. The dog can also help with the boy's stability, because the seizures have weakened the left side of Tristin's body. ...

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