Until this year, eight-year old Baylyn Parker-Howard hadn’t experienced Christmas the way that most children his age had. He was never able to have the experience of tearing into wrapping paper, squealing with joy over what was hidden underneath.
You see, Baylyn is afraid of wrapping paper. The little boy is autistic and the noise the paper makes is too much for his senses to handle. That all changed this year, thanks to a Labrador named Zander!
Baylyn’s mother, Donna, says that Zander, who comes from the charity Dogs for Good, was instrumental in her son’s transformation! Now, for the first time in his life, he was able to enjoy opening Christmas presents thanks to Zander by his side! This is so heartwarming to see.
See the video for yourself on page 2!
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Watch the video below to see how the awesome Lab helps his brother unwrap Christmas presents!
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