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Dog howls with excitement in a video call with its nurse owner who is stuck in quarantine

This is the heartwarming moment a nurse was reunited with her dog for a video chat after they were separated during the Government’s coronavirus lockdown. 

The owner can be heard giving her ‘signature’ whistle to her pet pooch, who howls excitedly in return.

The footage was recorded at her home in Danvers, Massachusetts in April.

In the video, the unnamed nurse is speaking on FaceTime with her sister and another very special family member – her pet dog.

Because of fears over the ongoing pandemic, the nurse, who works in a care home, has had to quarantine at work for the past three weeks.

Unable to have animals with her, she left her pooch in the hands of her sister.

But the pair’s close bond meant they missed each other, and so the siblings arranged to Facetime one another so the dog could see their owner.

Heartwarming footage shows the moment a nurse, from Danvers, Massachusetts, gives her 'signature' whistle to her pet pooch over a video call, and get an excited howl in return

Heartwarming footage shows the moment a nurse, from Danvers, Massachusetts, gives her 'signature' whistle to her pet pooch over a video call, and get an excited howl in return

Heartwarming footage shows the moment a nurse, from Danvers, Massachusetts, gives her ‘signature’ whistle to her pet pooch over a video call, and get an excited howl in return

When she did finally get to check in with her furry friend, the pair were extremely happy to see each other.

‘My sister is a nurse and has been quarantined inside her nursing home for three weeks to prevent her from bringing covid in,’ said the nurse’s sister.

‘Last night she FaceTimed her dog who she has a super close relationship with and did her signature whistle. This is how her dog reacted.’

The pair had been separated for the past three weeks because of quarantine, so when she did finally get to check in with her furry friend, the pair were extremely happy to see each other

The pair had been separated for the past three weeks because of quarantine, so when she did finally get to check in with her furry friend, the pair were extremely happy to see each other

The pair had been separated for the past three weeks because of quarantine, so when she did finally get to check in with her furry friend, the pair were extremely happy to see each other

Source: dailymail US

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