Vietnam veteran, alone in hospice care, gets visit from beloved dog 'one last time'
Last week, they made the visit happen. Nevarez said they drove the dog to see Vincent at the Raymond G. Murphy Veterans Affairs Medical Center.
He said the whole way there, the dog was quiet and looking out the window.
“As soon as we turned onto the street of the VA hospital, for whatever reason, Patch got up, put his paws up on the window and just started whimpering — just started crying,” Nevarez said. “It was just like he knew. He knew he was close to Mr. Vincent.”