Last Updated: September 13, 2016
Here is Clydie's story, in the words of her rescuer:
"She was pulled from the shelter by our rescue when they reached out for help with her. From a litter of 8 she noticably had some congnitive issues and needed placement quickly. I brought her home and have had 3 different vets look at her and assess that there is no way to tell with what is going on if she will excel in growth. I have had her for 2 weeks and she is growing, happy, playful, friendly and smart. It is just her legs say left as her brain says right. She is a sweet girl and deserves the best care and placement possible. Ititial diagnosis is idiopathic neuropathy but would love further vetting to make sure."
CorgiAid supporters helped Clydie get a consultation with a neurologist, who confirmed that sweet Clydie will not get worse over time, but will continue to have her current neurological issues, which do not stop her from living a full and happy life.