Golden retriever waits in the driveway every day to greet the USPS postman
Mailman’s best friend! Golden retriever Moose waits in his driveway every day to greet the USPS courier after forming an adorable bond
- Cute images show that a golden retriever is on his way to say goodbye to the postman
- Two-year-old Moose from Grand Rapids, Michigan is stroked by his friend
- He jumps up playfully and puts his front paws on the postman’s chest
Cute images show a golden retriever running out of his family’s house to say hello to the postman.
Every day, excited Moose, a two-year-old golden retriever from Grand Rapids, Michigan, will charge his family’s driveway as soon as he hears the sound of the mailman’s truck.
The friendship between the couple has become so close that Moose has his own Instagram account called The Life of Moose with a collection of videos about his interactions with his USPS friend.
The two-year-old moose from Grand Rapids, Michigan goes outside every day to say hello to the postman, whether it’s sunny or snowy
At the beginning of the clip, Moose is seen running out of his childhood home towards the postman who has stopped at the bottom of the driveway.
He strokes Moose, who rolls on his back so that the postman can rub his stomach.
In other clips, Moose jumps up and puts his front paws on the postman’s chest.
Moose runs outside to greet his friend in all weathers, waiting in the driveway, whether it’s sunny or snowy.
Moose jumps up when he sees his friend and puts his front paws on the postman’s chest
The postman said he was impressed with how Moose persistently waited for a generous amount of pats before allowing him to return to his truck
According to Moose owner, Meghan Gruszynski, 28, the band came about when the postman delivered a package and realized how friendly Moose was.
The mailman, not wanting to be named, said he was impressed by how Moose persistently waited for a good amount of pats before allowing him to return to his truck.
Every morning or early afternoon when Moose hears the truck, he runs to the front door and begs to be let out.
Moose runs down the family driveway to greet the postman at the bottom. The golden retriever rolls on the back on his back so that the postman can rub his belly
When Moose hears the postman’s truck, he runs to the front door and begs to be let out, be it sunny or snowy
Meghan said, “It makes our heart happy to know that we can make others happy just by showing a daily act of love through these two.
“We hope these videos encourage people to spread love – just saying ‘hello’ and being friendly can create a long-lasting friendship like Moose and the postman.
Enjoy the little moments around you and laugh.
“Beautiful things are happening around you every day and we are so happy that we can share this act of love and kindness with the world.”
Owner Meghan Gruszynski, 28, said the bond was formed when the postman realized how friendly Moose was when he delivered a package