LONDON You know your dog is loyal when it comes to A&E with you and then waits patiently outside while you receive treatment.
Just look at the snug little critter in the photo below, which was tweeted on Tuesday by the London Ambulance Service’s Harrow branch.
“One of our ambulance crews had been called to someone who was feeling unwell, and when they arrived they found the patient accompanied by a little dog,” paramedic Sarah Angelou told the Evening Standard. “They had to get the patient to hospital as quickly as possible so took them both in the ambulance to A&E.”
While the patient was being treated, staff set the dog up outside A&E with some blankets and food.
Patient became I’ll in a public place and the crew couldn’t wait for doggy rescueused their initiative & set pup up outside A&E amb bays!
LAS Harrow (@LAS_Harrow) November 22, 2016
“He seemed very entertained by the passing ambulance crews and hospital staff and even managed to sneak a bite of our lunch,” Angelou said.