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Delivery Driver Takes Pictures With All The Dogs He Meets On His Shift

Delivery Driver Takes Pictures With All The Dogs He Meets On His Shift

In 2020, this is the content we need.

Mary-Jane Wiltsher

Mary-Jane Wiltsher

The site of a cute dog never fails to stop us in our tracks, so when we heard about a delivery driver who takes photos of the pooches he meets on his rounds, we could definitely relate.

Yep, New Orleans UPS delivery driver Jason Hardesty likes to get his daily fix of puppy love, and who can blame him?

As he drives around his neighbourhood, the United Parcel Service worker takes adorable selfies with the doggos he meets on his way, sharing them under the hashtag #JaysPups.

Jason began snapping the local pooches over two years ago when he began working in a new neighbourhood with dogs that were friendlier than the last.

Today, his Insta account (which you can find under the handle @jhardesty) has racked up over 87.7K followers who love the driver's joyful dog content.

Jason told Buzzfeed: "My old route, which was more families, the dogs did not like you.

"They moved me to a different area of town with more people my age, more single people, and the dogs were a lot friendlier."

He added: "They come to the door and are happy and let you pet them and stuff."

It seems Jason isn't the only driver who adores his local pups, either.

If you love his content, you may want to check out Facebook group UPS Dogs, which was set up by UPS delivery workers to share their favourite dog selfies and stories of pup encounters. Aww!

Jason's account first blew up in March 2019 when the author Jami Attenberg, who lives on his delivery route, tweeted about his Insta account.

"I have extremely important news and it is this: my sweet UPS guy has a hashtag of all the dogs in the neighborhood [sic]," she tweeted, sharing the link to #pupsofjay.

Jason subsequently revealed that the tweet gained him an incredible "10,000 followers in 48 hours."

In 2020, this is the content we need.

Featured Image Credit: Jason Hardesty / Instagram

Topics: Dog, Life News, Life, Real Life