The dog Gobbles was born with an extremely rare illness that makes it difficult for him to move around. He has learned, with the assistance of therapy, how to perform a happy dance that makes our hearts melt. We all love to witness a dancing dog. When we discover the rationale behind it, it warms our hearts sometimes a little bit more. In spite of his young age, this dog, Gobbles, has already experienced a great deal in his young life.
Cerebellar hypoplasia is an extremely uncommon disorder, and Gobbles was born with it. Because of this condition, it is challenging for him to maintain control over his actions and urges, which makes it tough for him to move.
When he first arrived at the Resurge Rehabilitation Center, the majority of the time he was unable to walk very far at all. When things became too difficult for him, he would drag himself around. He has made tremendous progress after undergoing treatment for a month.
The way in which his backup dancers wriggle in the same way to encourage him is adorable, and we love it. Gobbles possess a boundless amount of energy and excitement. Only one month has passed, and he’s already accomplished so much!
He is now more than prepared to do his dance solo all by himself. We just can’t get enough of the way his tail is wagging so quickly that it almost looks like a blur. The sweet little dance that Gobbles does fill us with joy and brings hope.