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Good Morning America helps with life-changing surprise for woman visiting Las Vegas

Posted at 7:33 PM, Aug 28, 2020

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — A young woman from Ohio got a life-changing surprise in Las Vegas on Friday thanks to Good Morning America.

Natalyn Kaser suffers from seizures and started having them with no explanation. She has also been admitted to the hospital as a Jane Doe twice.

Her college even decided she was not welcome to live on campus because of the liability.

She applied to the Healing Hearts program, a nonprofit that donates service dogs to those in need.

Kaser was selected by GMA to get a fully trained seizure response dog, which would typically cost $22,000.

She thought she was coming to Las Vegas to meet the parents of a puppy that could possibly be her future service dog, instead, the people with the Healing Hearts program surprised her with Bailey - a fully-trained golden doodle.


Kaser's new golden doodle, Bailey, will now be at her side and wear a vest with her information on it to give her peace of mind.