Video of a golden retriever fetching Chick-fil-A for her owner goes viral

A lot of things happen in Chick-fil-A parking lots.

Employees have been spotted jumping into storm drains , fixing flat tires and of course, many new locations host sleepovers with free sandwiches in the morning.

On Thursday, team members at the Carraway Village Chick-fil-A in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, posted a video of a rather furry and adorable customer picking up food.

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Now Ellie, a golden retriever dog who can pick up and deliver food right to her owner, is winning over thousands of fans across the country.

Chick-fil-A has relied on curbside pickup, takeout and drive-thru orders since mid-March to safely serve its customers while many restaurant dining rooms were shut down.

Now, since restaurants are individually owned and operated, some Chick-fil-A stores have reopened their dining rooms for limited dine-in service.

INTERESTING FACT ABOUT YOUR PET: Having a dog in the house means more bacteria enters the home and gets inside the occupants (one study found “dog-related biodiversity” is especially high on pillowcases.) In turn, people with dogs seem to get ill less frequently and less severely than people with no pets.

Regardless, curbside pickup from a dog is a pretty good option!

"It's our favorite thing to do to serve yummy food to happy Guests — four-legged Guests included," the Chick-fil-A captioned in its Facebook post.

Ellie isn't the only pup who has helped humans adapt to life during a pandemic while bringing a smile to customers' faces. A boxer named Soda Pup became a local celebrity in Maryland for bringing pickup orders to customers who could no longer enter his owner's winery.

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