When people lose their airplane luggage or other belongings in the U.S., the most the airlines and airports will do is take your name and phone number to notify you if your stuff happens to show up.
However, KLM, the Royal Dutch Airlines, uses a vest-wearing beagle to track down lost passenger items in the Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, notes Uproxx.com.
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In a YouTube video (below), Sandra List, of KLM's Lost & Found Team, says, "I think he is a real asset to the company. Our main goal is to return lost items to owners as fast as possible. I really love that we're getting some help with that."
According to the Daily Mail, the dog's name is "Sherlock" and he finds everything from lost teddy bears to missing laptops.