A man in Scotland was given his last wish – a visit from a four-legged friend earlier this week.
Peter Robson's Border Collie Shep passed away on Thursday, a few hours before Robson, to visit his owner at the Ninewells Hospital in Dundee.
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Animals are not normally allowed in the hospital for health reasons unless circumstances warrant it , reports the BBC.
Ashley Stevens, Robson's granddaughter, has posted video and images from the moment her grandfather's last wish was granted on Facebook while thanking the hospital for allowing the visit.
The last and last wish of our grandfather, absolutely delighted and touched by NHS Nainwell's Hospital, was to see his dog again, "she wrote." Still in shock, the wish was fulfilled and they went far beyond it today and made a dying man very happy. "
The images were shared over 5,000 times and Stevens issued another post on Saturday, stating that Robson" smiles from ear to ear, that big pete from beechie became viral with his dog.
She told BBC Scotland that Robson had the Border Collie as a companion after his wife had died eight years earlier.
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She He said, "He really thought he would never see Shep again. It was an amazing moment to see.
Stevens selected Cheryl Ward, a warm-up nurse at ward 3 of the hospital, as an "absolute angel."
The hospital shared Ward's story and paid tribute to Stevens to share the moment.
"We are so proud of our fantastic staff at Station 3 and Ninewells infection control that this has become possible. Thank you for taking the time to share this, I know that Cheryl and the team really appreciate it.