Offbeat This Dedicated Granddaughter Snuck Her Grandma's Dog Into A Hospital

11:42  16 june  2017
11:42  16 june  2017 Source:   Refinery29

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So, to help her feel better, Hennick was willing to do the absolute most — including finding a way to sneak her dog into the hospital . By the looks of it, her grandma was pretty happy with the surprise. And Hennick told BuzzFeed that she had no problems fooling the hospital staff.

How This Woman Snuck A Dog Into A Hospital . This Dedicated Granddaughter Snuck Her Grandma ' s Dog Into A Hospital .

  This Dedicated Granddaughter Snuck Her Grandma's Dog Into A Hospital © Photo via Twitter user @HennickShelby Shelby Hennick's grandmother spent three days in the hospital recently after having a reaction to one of her medications, BuzzFeed reports.

So, to help her feel better, Hennick was willing to do the absolute most — including finding a way to sneak her dog into the hospital.

Hennick was passing near her grandmother's house on the way to the hospital when she got a call from her mom. She said that Hennick's grandmother was missing her dog, Patsy, and thought it would be nice to bring her to the hospital.

Since pets are against hospital rules, unless they're service animals, Hennick had to get creative. She wrapped Patsy up in a blanket and put her over her shoulder as if she was carrying a baby.

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So, to help her feel better, Hennick was willing to do the absolute most — including finding a way to sneak her dog into the hospital . We snuck my grandmas dog in for her too! 😭😍🐶 pic.twitter.com/DsSMfLJXzR.

Hennick was passing near her grandmother ' s house on the way to the hospital when she got a call from her mom. Since pets are against hospital rules, unless they're service animals, Hennick had to get creative.

Then she took a few photos documenting her master plan and posted them to Twitter. The tweet has since gone viral, and has more than 98,000 retweets at the time of writing.

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