He loves everybody and everything.
Although he was diagnosed at four months with a congenital deformity known as a hemivetabrae, his Mom Krystal G. says he’s been able to get around his disability. With the help of a canine chiropractor, a course of acupuncture, and the indomitable Corgi spirit, nothing much stops this little guy.
“He grew by leaps and bounds, and now at a year old, he doesn’t let anything get in his way.”
Grady is quite the social butterfly.
“Grady doesn’t know he’s “different”, and doesn’t expect special treatment.”
Well, being a Corgi … maybe just a wee bit.
“Grady and I just wrapped up CGC class and hope to continue obedience classes” writes Krystal.
“Because he stops and smells the roses, he makes me appreciate the little things.”
“Grady is my little special needs boy who reminds me to keep on truckin’ and enjoy life.”
* * * * *
Welcome to The Daily Corgi, Grady!
You are all kinds of awesome!