HUDSON & BAILEY
Hudson is more than just a sidekick to Bailey, he is her best friend. He has a larger-than-life personality and always has to be by Bailey's side. He loves to take naps and snores so loudly that Bailey can hardly believe such a small pup can make so much noise. When it comes time for content creation, Hudson is always ready to strike a pose and run circles around Bailey in excitement.
Hudson looks so cute in Mint Bow collar
But Bailey and Hudson's story hasn't always been easy. When Hudson was just four months old, he went paralyzed in his back two legs. It all started one night when he began crying and slowly started to lose function in his legs. Bailey was devastated and scared, not knowing what was wrong with her beloved pup. It was later discovered that Hudson had Kyphosis, a congenital spinal and vertebral malformation in dogs that affects the curvature of the spine. Bailey had no idea that Hudson had Kyphosis when she first got him, and he showed no signs. But Bailey knew she had to fight for him. She took him to a specialist at Veterinary Specialty Hospital in San Diego, who told her that Hudson had severe Kyphosis and it was very unlikely he would ever walk again, even with surgery. However, without spinal surgery, he would never use his back legs again, and surgery gave him a small chance. Bailey knew she had to give him a fighting chance, so she decided to go ahead with the surgery.
The surgery was complex, and they had to call in another specialist because of the severity of Hudson's back. After the surgery, they called Bailey to tell her that Hudson was doing well but needed to rest. The next week, Hudson stayed in the hospital, and Bailey got to go in and cuddle him a couple of times a day. At the end of the week, she got to take Hudson home, but at this point, he had no movement in his back legs. Dr told her that in three weeks, he should have movement, and if he doesn't, they should be concerned. After about three weeks, Hudson started to kick his back legs and move them slightly. From there, the vet gave Bailey the okay to start red light therapy, acupuncture, water treadmill, swimming, and physical therapy. Over the course of six to eight months, Hudson slowly but surely regained his ability to walk. Today, Hudson is a happy and playful dog, but he still requires therapy and acupuncture to maintain his health. Bailey's decision to share her life with Hudson on social media has led to numerous opportunities and allowed her to connect with countless amazing people. She is grateful for the support and encouragement she has received from her followers and excited to see what the future holds. Bailey and Hudson's story is a testament to the incredible bond between humans and animals. Despite the challenges they have faced, Bailey and Hudson have continued to explore the world together and make the most of every moment. They are an inspiration to all who encounter them, reminding us of the power of love, determination, and perseverance .