An airport in Amsterdam just became way cuter.
Airline KLM employs a beagle, who brings passengers lost items they left on the aircraft.
The uniform-wearing pup named Sherlock, smells the lost item then dashes quickly through Amsterdam Schipol Airport, to find the correct owner.
But being the king of the lost and found took some serious training.
“We train for muscle strength endurance and of course socialization,” his owner Dirk van Driel says in the video.
On top of recovering belongings, Sherlock poses for selfies with his admirers.
“When you see the reactions of the passengers that really is amazing,” van Driel added.
So how does the airport reward their coworker?
“He drops by regularly but I have to admit I do spoil him a bit,” explained a woman who works on KLM’s check-in desk.
This is so adorable, we might purposely leave our phone on the plane to meet the furry canine.
Watch more on Sherlock in the video below.
UPDATE: According to Reddit user, Moracin, a Dutch website given by KLM spokesperson Joost Ruempol, stated this:
“The KLM has launched its new Lost & Found team today to help its passengers reunite with possessions they forgot in KLM airplanes at Schiphol [Amsterdam] airport. A real dog, such as seen in the promo film that KLM launched on Twitter today, is not a part of the Lost & Found team. ‘The dog is purely used to symbolize the active way in which the team will search for owners and unite them with their lost possessions.”