Doggy delivers canine cuisine from food truck in viral video

Woof, there it is.

With her paws to the pavement, a golden retriever named Lily is serving up healthy puppy chow in doggy bags as one of the world’s first waiters of a food truck for dogs.

And viral video of the perky pooch fetching food for her fellow canine clientele has social media wagging its tail.

“She loves other dogs, people and treats,” owner Michale Ludden told The Post.

“So this is the perfect set up for her.”

Ludden, 38, and his wife Tanya founded The Original Dog Treat Truck Company last April, and trained Lily, 8, to deliver their fresh-made doggy delectables to pup-patrons at food truck parks in Austin, Texas.

Footage of Lily carrying a pouch of plant-based goodies out to customers in central Austin’s Picnic Food Park on Saturday has since amassed over 11.5 million views on TikTok.

A golden retriever named Lily is going viral for delivering puppy treats to customers of a food truck for dogs.
A golden retriever named Lily is going viral for delivering puppy treats to customers of a food truck for dogs.
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In the trending clip, the hospitable hound trots out of the food truck, holding the sack of snacks by the teeth. She then sweetly shakes her customer’s hand, thanking the woman for her appreciated business.

“I’m so grateful the world is getting a chance to fall in love with Lily just as much as we love her,” said Ludden, who’s raised his golden girl since she was 8-weeks-old.

“She’s so friendly and gentle. I always knew she had viral potential.”

Lily, a twin sister to brother Charlie, was first hired as the food truck’s resident “Treat Delivery Specialist” last spring, when more people began purchasing dogs for support during the pandemic.

“When the pandemic hit, business really picked up and Lily was more than happy to help get orders out to all the customers,” Ludden said.

He and Tanya prepare made-to-order organic, grain-free and gluten-free bites for dogs at prices ranging from $8 to $12. Woof Waffles, Four-Legged Froyo and the NutriPooch smoothies are their top sellers.

And as compensation for doling out the doggy delights, Lily gets paid in praise, belly rubs and treats. On her days off she likes to swim in big bodies of water and go on hiking adventures with her family.

“She’s honestly one of the bravest dogs out there,” Ludden gushed. “I think that’s why she’s the best at delivering treats.”

“She does everything with love, not fear.”

Credit: NYPOST

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