Dog from Massachusetts was overjoyed when he was finally able to reunite with his best pal, who was in quarantine for two months due to contracting .coronavirus.
Paul, the labradoodle’s neighbor Christopher Gregorio is his best friend, and he knows to look for him whenever he’s taken on a walk past the Cumberland Farms market in South Boston.
Unfortunately, the 79-year-old Christopher tested positive for coronavirus and had to go into isolation.
Ever since Paul was a puppy, he was greeted there by the elderly man who’s always more than happy to offer some hearty pets and tasty treats.
The delightful daily routine came to a stop when the coronavirus hit back in March, and Boston went into lockdown. Suddenly, Paul couldn’t see his best friend anymore.
For two months, every time he walked around that corner at the market, the 1-year-old pup was disappointed that his best bud wasn’t there waiting for him.
Last month, Christopher was finally declared virus-free and was able to return to his spot outside the market.
Declared virus-free and was able to return to his spot outside the market. She ran home to get Paul and bring him back so he could finally reunite with his favorite person.
Here’s a video of how enthusiastically the duo met.
Chris then made sure to give Paul some treats which he had lined up on a window ledge, all ready to go for him.
The video of the heartwarming reunion has since then gone viral online, with nearly 50,000 views and over 8,000 likes.
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