Owner Learns Dogs Got Into Mailman’s Lunch Only To Discover What They Ate To Make Tummies Upset
Kristin Danley 7/11/2018
Some adorable dogs just can't help but bring an abundance of mischief into their owners' lives, keeping their humans always on their toes. You divert your attention for a split second and your plate has been licked clean or you leave your house long enough to run a quick errand and you return to find garbage strewn everywhere.
Despite the endless swath of destruction left in their wake, these pooches are still our best friends. Dog mom Carol Jordan understands this type of crazy canine behavior all too well.
She loves her mastiff-Labrador mixes to the moon and back, but the Smithfield, Virginia, dog mom could not believe the stunt they recently pulled. Brothers Bull and Bear Jordan have engaged in their share of antics, but the latest one was a wee bit embarrassing and their story has gone viral.
Carol admits that they definitely are mischievous pups. They love everyone who crosses their paths.
When the mail carrier pulled up outside their home, the brothers moseyed over to the mail truck. But their adventure did not end there.
Carol arrived home to find a note from the mail carrier on her porch that explained what happened. She couldn't believe it!
“Hey, I drove up to deliver a package and both of the dogs crawled in my truck. They got into my lunch and ate an egg and some carrots and some pumpkin seeds. I don’t know if that will upset their tummies! Just FYI!”
After Carol interrogated her dogs, she knew the mail carrier was right judging by the guilty looks on their faces. But she couldn't just ignore what her dogs had done.
Hoping to make light of the situation while still offering a sincere apology, Carol wrote a note from Bull and Bear to the mail carrier. She included a gift card to Subway in the hopes of replacing the lunch her roguish rovers had snarfed.
“Sorry we ate your lunch. Thank you for sharing! P.S. Our humans said thank you for leaving a note."
But Bull and Bear admitted they weren't impressed with the mail carrier's note to their mom. Their antics did have consequences, they wrote.
“We didn’t like the note. We got in trouble.”
Apparently this isn't the first time Bull and Bear have broken into deliver people's vehicles. They've invaded the FedEx driver's truck, too!
“...they went in his van when he was leaving a package and one sat in the driver’s seat and one in the passenger seat like they were going for a drive!”
After looking at these two brothers' sweet faces, Carol surely didn't stay mad at them for too long. One brother even seems to be grinning in his "We were busted" photo!
What a pair of goofballs! Hopefully they don't find themselves in too much more puppy trouble.