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Facebook Page For UPS Drivers To Write About The Dogs They Meet En Route Is Amazing

OCTOBER 26, 2017  —  By Sarah Jewel  
Sarah Jewel

Sarah Jewel

Animal and pizza lover with an Internet addiction. Nerd to the max. Currently residing in the land of beautiful winters.

When it comes to dogs and the people who drop off our mail, pop culture says they don't exactly get along.

The trope of the dog chasing the mailman is a huge one. More often than not, though, the pups just want to make a new friend. I know my dog has a deep and scary bark, and he really lets it out every time someone drops a package at the door. What he really wants, though, is to hang out with the friend on the other side.

Some UPS drivers even get to meet the dogs they hear every day, and it can be pretty adorable. How do I know? It turns out they've got a Facebook page where they document their furry friends.

UPS DOGS, started by driver Sean McCarren, is the perfect place for UPS workers nationwide to share pictures of their doggie friends.

Sometimes they wait politely at the truck entrance...

...and other times they pose on the porch.

This one even likes to claim the packages for himself! LOL!

Wait a second. That's not a dog! I guess when it comes to furry friends, the more the merrier.

Many UPS drivers carry around dog treats, so it's no surprise these fellas show up to say hello.

Seeing how much these drivers love the pets along their route is truly awesome. There are animal lovers everywhere!

(via BoredPanda)

Check out more of these heartwarming and hilarious moments over at UPS DOGS. Be sure to check with your delivery person first, but you just might find out that they want to hang with your pets, too.

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