VIDEO: Puppy with 'Swimmer Puppy Syndrome' learns to walk - WDAM-TV 7-News, Weather, Sports-Hattiesburg, MS

VIRAL VIDEO: Puppy's courageous walk may bring tears to your eyes

(WFIE) -

An adorable puppy named Mick was born with Swimmer Puppy Syndrome, and after a tough battle he's learned how to walk. 

According to the video, the Mick's story starts when the a foundation was asked to take in the six week old Boston Terrier puppy that suffered from Swimmer Puppy Syndrome, which is when pups can't stand, sit or walk because all four legs stick out to the sides.

The video creators say the most puppies with the syndrome are euthanized because of the amount of therapy it takes to save their lives.

The foundation took in Mick and you should watch for yourself the amazing transformation.

Click here to watch on a mobile device.

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