"This does not reflect the high standards we have for delivery partners, and this individual is no longer delivering Amazon packages,” the company said in an email to the Herald. “We have reached out to the customer with our sincerest apologies and to offer our support."
The homeowners, who had left their dogs outside unsupervised, were shocked by the driver’s brazen action.
"I told them (Amazon) they are lucky no one was home to see that or he would be sorry." Aaron told the Herald. "I have a front door that is accessible. I have never seen a delivery driver put a package over the fence. Unfortunately, Amazon hires all these random drivers."
And how is Rocky?
"His eye is a little squinty," Aaron said. "I think the corner of the box got him. I don't see any cuts but I don't know if anything is wrong internally."
Amazon said it would help with any medical expenses.