Losing goods on planes is all too often a losing battle. We’ve been lucky a few times — we lost a passport once on an AirFrance flight and a bracelet on Delta, both of which were found. But they weren’t delivered to us in as adorable of a manner as they if we had lost something on a KLM flight.

Puppies. That’s right. KLM’s new program at Amsterdam’s Schiphol Airport uses a specialized program to help owners reunite with their belongings. In addition to traditional information like seat number, phone numbers and public social media details, the team is also utilizing a beagle named Sherlock to help out.

Despite the challenge of locating the owner, first results show that over 80% of the found items can now be reunited with their owners.

We’re thinking of intentionally losing something, just to get a little puppy love!