...as well as handing out half a box of dog biscuits to dozens of my various canine customers. He also got to help unload an anvil, and watch a horse getting shoed. He got to see an equine veterinarian performing a proctology exam on a horse, which involves encasing your entire arm in a plastic glove, coating the glove with lube, and then inserting your arm into the horse's anus clear up to your shoulder. He saw 12 deer, 2 coyotes, a rabbit, a skunk, and a wide variety of domestic farm animals on a guided tour of Oregon's wine country that culminated in getting to watch a group of hang gliders jump off of a 1200 ft cliff that we were parked next to. The dog thing was funny, because when he first got on car I asked him what sort of orientation and training he had been given. He said zero DIAD training, but there had a big lecture on the do's and dont's of how to avoid dog bites; the standard UPS spiel on "dont give dog treats, back away when threatened, speak in a firm voice, never turn your back or try to run, us the DIAD or a package as a shield" blah blah blah. I told him to ignore all that nonsense and do it MY way, which meant just filling up his pockets with dog biscuits, letting the dogs jump up into the cab when they wanted to, and generally just handing out the biscuits and the good will and making a bunch of new four-legged friends. I'm glad to say he saw the wisdom in my words. He wound up with lots of muddy paw prints and doggy slobber all over his pullover, but zero dog bites or threatening occurrences. Oh, I almost forgot to mention; he even delivered a few packages for me throughout the day!