Kendall was found wandering the streets with a bad leg. He was so matted they couldn't even tell if it was a girl or boy.
The veterinarian ended up having to amputate the leg and Kendall when to a foster home to rehabilitate.
A friend called Patty Thoms to see if she'd be interested in adopting him. When she went to see him she says it was love at first sight.
Patty says his disability doesn't seem to bother him. ďNow he does fall because he runs hard and then hell fall and then he just jumps right back up and heís off and running again. He doesnít let anything slow him down. Iíve found that animals, Kendall in particular can bring so much joy to a person, and especially Iím by myself so heís such a good companion and I just canít imagine not having an animal. ď
You can help dogs like Kendall. NBC-2 will be live from 3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. at Honey Creek Mall for our fifth annual humane society telethon.
Donations will be accepted by phone, the internet or you can stop by in person.