Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

Friendly Pig Waits To See Her Favorite UPS Driver Every Day.

If you have any animals at home, or have ever had a special relationship with one, you understand how amazing it is to have a bond with one. You look forward to spending time with them, you enjoy giving them treats, and a lot of the time, they're a great source of laughter. This delivery driver knows exactly what this type of bond feels like. In fact, the relationships he has with these different animals is one of his favorite parts of his job.

Scott Hodges has been working for UPS for 30 years!

After his long-term dedication to his job, Scott has learned how important it is to make sure he brings treats with him every single day. If he should forget, then a very sassy lady will have some words for him.

Scott Hodges has been working for UPS for 30 years!

Scott Hodges / Facebook

Say hello to Miss Porkchop!

Miss Porkchop and Scott became friends three years ago while Scott was making a delivery to a vineyard in Newberg, Oregon. Scott was known for giving all of the pups treats when he would make deliveries, and Miss Porkchop caught on pretty quickly.

Say hello to Miss Porkchop!

Scott Hodges / Facebook

Miss Porkchop figured that she could get some treats, too, so she introduced herself to Scott.

“She came right up to me along with the dogs, so I gave her a piece of my granola bar. After that, she started coming out to greet me every time I’d come for a delivery," said Scott in an interview with The Dodo.

Miss Porkchop figured that she could get some treats, too, so she introduced herself to Scott.

Scott Hodges / Facebook

Miss Porkchop calls the vineyard her home and enjoys meeting all of the different visitors.

It didn't take long for Scott to become Miss Porkchop's favorite visitor. And he sure does love all the attention Miss Porkchop gives him, too.

Miss Porkchop calls the vineyard her home and enjoys meeting all of the different visitors.

Scott Hodges / Facebook

“She’s super friendly. I think she thinks she’s just one of the dogs."

"A lot of the time the dogs will come up into my truck waiting for their treat, but she can only get her front legs up on the steps since they're too short to climb all the way in. Which is good because she’s 400 pounds and I’m not sure how we’d get her down," said Scott.

“She’s super friendly. I think she thinks she’s just one of the dogs."

Scott Hodges / Facebook

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