Who’s the fairest doggo of them all? That’d be Mazie, the eight-year-old Labrador who took care of her owner's recent Hermes delivery.
Earlier this month, Paul Conway, 61, purchased some sunglasses online, but was left confused when his tracking status changed from ‘out for delivery’ to ‘delivered’, without him having accepted the parcel.
As it turns out, Mazie was at the front door to retrieve the sunnies, so the courier snapped a photo of her with the parcel as proof the item had been delivered.
Paul explained to The Mirror: “It looks as though they are delivering it to my dog. I found it quite funny as all you can see is the dog looking up at the package in the courier's hand."
He added: “The courier knocked on the door and my wife opened it to receive the package. But she was behind the door, so they just took a photo of our dog." Good stuff.
Paul and his wife Jane have had Mazie since she was just a pup, and back then they could have probably only dreamed about the caring, thoughtful, package-retrieving hound she’d one day become.
LADbible has approached Hermes - which recently rebranded as Evri - for comment.
Earlier this year, the parcel delivery company rebranded and underwent a total makeover.
It was announced in March that Hermes would be changing its name and as part of the rebrand, would open new customer services team locations in the UK and recruit 200 people.
According to Yahoo!, Evri also auto-enrolled its 20,000 workers into a new £7 million pension scheme, a move welcomed by trade union GMB.
GMB organiser Steve Garelick said at the time: “This breakthrough deal is a massive step forward and will make work better for GMB members.
“Tens of thousands of couriers will now have the safety and security of knowing their retirement plans are being looked after.”
But now, back to Mazie, who clearly deserves her own show on DOGTV, a streaming service designed especially for hounds. WHAT’S IN THE BOX? Mazie’ll tell you.
DOGTV was launched last year and helps to reduce separation anxiety in dogs while their owners are out of the house.
'Stimulation' shows featuring other dogs are designed to keep them occupied, while 'Exposure' shows aim to get dogs used to things like car journeys, and 'Relaxation' shows, well, do exactly what they say on the tin.Featured Image Credit: Triangle News