This is the incredible moment when a grandfather had his last wish to see his dog for the last time a few hours before his death.
Emotional family members surrounded Peter Robson as he said goodbye to his faithful Border Collie Shep
He saw him remove his breathing mask and bend down to his loving companion, who wagged his tail and greeted him excitedly.
A family member then lifts him up to bring him closer to Peter and the man, the adoring dog licks his whole face.
Peter's granddaughter, Ashley Stevens, has posted a series of videos and pictures to Facebook commemorating NHS Tayside charging sister Cheryl White, who arranged the unusual visit.
At Ninewells Hospital in Dundee, you could hear a sob sobbing behind the camera.
The nurses had worked hard to overcome the stringent infection controls so Peter Shep could only see hours before his death yesterday.
Hospital staff often had to overcome strict infection control guidelines to facilitate the visit.
The NHS Tayside directive on the prevention and control of infections explicitly advises against letting animals into hospitals, although in exceptional cases [for example] this is possible at the request of an incurably ill patient "
The hospital staff praised nurse Cheryl White for her "Caring and Compassionate Act."
Ashley's Video and Images Sharped Thousands In her Facebook post, Ashley said, "Completely astonished and touched by NHS Nainwell's hospital was our grandfather's last and last wish, to see his dog again. "(19659002) Time.