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Delivery Rider Goes Viral As He Takes His Pet Dog During Work Everyday

A food delivery rider went viral on social media and various reactions as he brings his pet dog during his delivery work every day.

Kenny Lacson, a delivery rider who went viral on social media for being a dog lover rider, was featured on 24 Oras. Chelsea, Lacson’s companion dog, has been accompanying him to work since she was a puppy, according to him.

Delivery Rider Pet Dog

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Chelsea was given to him as a puppy by one of his customers, he claimed. Chelsea is a well-behaved puppy, according to the delivery rider, who eventually learned to leap on his motorcycle and maintain her balance.

Chelsea would ride alone anytime Lacson started his motorcycle, according to Lacson. When they see Chelsea, some traffic cops would flag him, fearing she will fall off the vehicle, according to Kenny.

He informed them, however, that he only travels at a maximum speed of 60 kilometers per hour in order to keep his dog safe. Kenny lives alone, so no one else is available to look after Chelsea while he is at work.

He didn’t want to leave the dog alone, so he took her to work with him. This is because he previously had a dog who died at home while he was at work, and he does not want to go through that ordeal again.

“Pagdating ko wala na. Mas maganda ‘yung kasama ko syempre at least, maingat ako, maingat na aalagaan ko pa,” he said.

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