Nowadays, there are such a large number of dogs who are presumably feeling that their guardians quit their occupations just to invest energy with them. In any case, not every one of them are this fortunate.
With hound childcares despite everything being shut and social distancing rules set up, the individuals who are going to work each day are confronting an extreme decision—to leave their four-legged buddies home alone or carry them to work with them.
Confronted with this circumstance, a FedEx delivery fellow, Daniel Nava, chose to bring his two sidekicks, Chorizo and Cocoa, to work. Turns out, not exclusively do his canines love it, however so do numerous netizens online.
The pups live with their guardian since they were two months old. When asked how they got embraced, Nava said in a statement for Bored Panda:
“We always wanted to adopt or rescue a Dachshund, but at the time we couldn’t find any in our area, then one day we found a puppy for sale and decided to just go ahead and get it. And we named him Chorizo. Coco came to us from a litter of one of my mother-in-law‘s friends, even though they are not direct siblings they love each other very much.”
However, with the daycare closing to prevent the spread of the virus, the two puppies were left at home. At least up until their dad, Nava, figured out that he could try to bring them to his van and make deliveries together.
“The first time I brought them with me was on Christmas Eve, I don’t remember why they didn’t go to doggy daycare that day but I decided to bring them with me on my deliveries. When their doggy daycare closed due to Covid-19 I started bringing them every day,” he told to Bored Panda.
Although he usually does his work alone, Nava’s supervisors didn’t seem to mind him being accompanied by two dutiful dachshunds.
“My supervisor didn’t mind as long as we were all safe on the road. He was very understanding, especially under the current circumstances,” he said.
What’s more important, the dogs absolutely love the constant adventures their owner takes them on. “They enjoyed it, they loved seeing all the people and the people seemed to enjoy looking at them as well,” Nava said.