Husky, Who Has Been Depressed since Losing His Eyesight, Finds Happiness in his Best Friend

Dogs with disabilities or special needs have a difficult time adjusting to their new environment. A nice buddy, on the other hand, can support. The’seeing eye’ companion is hugely helpful to blind animals.

They assist them in moving around and give them the impression that they are not alone. So, due to his closest friend, one blind Siberian Husky is having the time of his life.

Sterling, an 11-year-old Siberian Husky, was diagnosed with glaucoma three years ago and lost his eyesight. When he was diagnosed with glaucoma, his owner, Lilian Mckee, said it was upsetting. They gave him six treatments to help him fight it off, but they couldn’t stop it for much longer.

The dog was disappointed after losing his sight, and the owners were concerned that it might impact their canine’s quality of life. But now things have changed; the dog is wearing protective ski goggles and is having the time of his life with his closest pal, Walker.

After his foster family could no longer care for him, Walker was suddenly adopted by the family. Walker, a 10-year-old Alaskan Malamute, comes into their home and has a wonderful effect on Sterling. Both dogs are best mates and are quite close to one other. Sterling has been much more cheerful and joyful since Walker has entered his life.

Walker loved to play with Sterling, according to Lilian, and they hiked together, ran together, slept close each other, and ate less than two feet apart. Both dogs have extremely distinct personalities. Sterling enjoys meeting new individuals.

Walker is a crazy character. They do, however, prefer to dress alike. They have identical bandanas, and Walker even wants to wear his own safety goggles to match his best friend’s. We are overjoyed that Sterling is able to enjoy his life to the fullest, and Walker has been a huge support to him.