It was plain to see, Kandi was a happy girl who needed a dedicated human to help her along.

Kandi, the sweetest prancer in all the land, showed signs of a neurological condition when she came to the GTHS. After much evaluation, it was determined that Kandi had Cerebellar Hypoplasia – a condition that caused her to have what looked like “happy feet”.

Don’t worry though, as you can see, this 3 year old is a very content medium-sized pup.  After a nurturing stay with her foster family, Kandi was adopted into a loving home with lots of love and extra support.  Thank you to all of the Monthly PAW Donors who helped Kandi along her journey to find her forever home.

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