Clyde the Husky was born with a condition called Cerebellum Hypoplasia, where the part of the brain that controls our motor functions is underdeveloped. Because of this, Clyde has trouble keeping his balance and wobbles around as he walks. But Clyde is still just as playful as any other pup, and doesn’t know he’s any different.
A sort hearted lady named April chose to embrace Clyde, and had confidence that he’d almost certainly figure out how to conquer obstructions, notwithstanding his condition. April worked with Clyde consistently, promising him to stand up straight and help him while he strolls. April says Clyde has officially improved such a great amount since she received him.
Clyde used to fall down a lot while trying to walk, but with April’s help, he has grown much more confident and can even walk around without falling much. He is now able to go for 20-30 minute long walks before he lays down to rest. He hasn’t let his disability stop him from enjoying his new life.
“He is just always happy, elated. He just seems to always be very ecstatic to be alive, to be honest with you,” April told USA Today. What do you think, let us know.