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IF I have this figured out, you can see her and her determination to beat the boys walking through the house.

DO NOT chastise me for not putting her down, rather, notice how healthy and content she looks . Not sure, this is such a short clip, but now that I have a camera, I can get more video of her playing outside and such these next few days.
The light is real bad in here it is dark. I will get better tomorrow, but in this you can see her extremely unbalanced and uncoordinated gait.

Try this

http://s7.photobucket.com/albums/y289/sajoseph/?action=view&current=000_0004.flv
 

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Cerebellum cells were destroyed shortly after birth, killing off all motor skills and the ability to learn them from a virus picked up who knows where.

No coordination, no ability to be cured, just for her to be smart enough to learn to compensate.
 

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She is bouncy alright. I am gonna try so hard to get her in a video of her outside running. She loses any walking she has as it turns to a bucking, like a wild bronco, straight up and down. It is sad, but hilarious, then she takes off.

She also sometimes takes 2 steps backwards for every one step forward.
 

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They tell me no. They tell me that as long as she doesnt twist a paw or anything, simple bouncing and such doesnt hurt.

I do notice that the bone in her one lef, her back leg, looks alittld "warped" and that is due to how rough she is walking. But they say her joints look good, no inflamation
 

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Poor girl...but i agree, she does look happy. Seems
very full of life. It's great there is no pain.
I think she will make you smile everyday and give you lots of love.
I thank you for not putting her down, i think alot of people would!
 

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she looks very happy. It is kind of funny watching her run and cut off the others. Reminds me of a person I saw a long time ago being all spastic but happy. Like everyone says if she is happy and not in pain then keep her going.
 
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