Singing husky puppy and Colorado health worker, spreads smiles with a little help from his dog.
The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is an emotionally difficult time for everyone. Due to the global crisis, many people’s daily activities are halted. At the same time, healthcare workers need to double their efforts to contain the deadly disease. But the pandemic is not all bad. This is because some kind people and their dogs make it bearable for those in the forefront of stopping the spread of the disease.
Tate Hegstrom and his pooch, Kovu, a husky, are bringing smiles and inspiration to healthcare workers through their music. Tate is also a healthcare worker, working as an administrative resident at HealthONE. Due to the pandemic, Tate got assigned to North Suburban Medical Center in Denver. To help the local operations of the city.
According to Tate, his experiences in the past months broadened his understanding of the virus. He saw how his fellow healthcare experts try their best to contain the ill-effects of the illness. Although Tate’s job is not on the patients, he believes his role is vital.
Tate thought it would be best to use his musical inclination to keep the workers’ spirits high. He planned to do this with his pooch, Kovu, who also likes singing at the top of his lungs.
In a video now taking the internet by storm, Tate and Kovu belted out the famous song Lean on Me. When Tate uploaded the video online, people, especially dog lovers, enjoy the content because of Kovu. The netizens pointed out how talented the husky is and how lucky Tate is as a dog owner. But more than this, Tate said that the music carries a message for the healthcare workers in these trying times.
Credits to MH Videos.