Sometimes when people see that a dog is listed as "special needs" they quickly loose interest. We hope that won't be the case with Luna. She walks with a strange gait so we took her to the vet for x-rays and determined that she has hip dysplasia. The vet assumed that the previous owner allowed her leg muscles to atrophy a bit. The vet feels that continuing to strengthen her muscles will help her a great deal. She is also taking joint supplements. Luna loves to run and play, she just won't be a long distance running partner. Luna is a polite and loving pony who walks like a runway model. She knows how to sit and shake and is eager to learn more. She is completely house trained and sleeps on an orthopedic dog bed inside a large kennel at night. Her foster family leaves the door to the kennel open at night, but she is a sound sleeper who doesn’t stir until her foster mom wakes up in the morning. Luna enjoys walks around the block to strengthen her hind leg muscles. She is a great eater and loves the added puréed pumpkin to her kibble to assist in healthy weight gain. She is a joy to her foster family that includes kids ranging in age from 9-18 years of age. She is gaining confidence daily and her personality keeps getting brighter with each passing day. Luna is gorgeous, sweet and gentle. She has an amazing personality and the sweetest eyes. This beautiful dog hopes you can see the value in giving a special needs dog a wonderful forever home. Fill out an application at