Wilma was returned to Guttfield earlier this week, according to a report by Business Insider, after the company used its location tracking tools to find the delivery driver, who worked for an Amazon supplier.
Concerning its new association with a stolen dog, an Amazon spokesperson said in a statement: "This is inexcusable and does not reflect the high standards we have for our delivery partners. We take these matters seriously and this individual is no longer delivering Amazon packages for the independent delivery service provider."
Guttfield, for his part, is happy that Bezos unexpectedly sprung to action.
"It was rather a long shot to go right to the top and email Jeff Bezos, but then all of a sudden things started to happen," he said, per the report. "We got a reply from someone who said he was in receipt of my email and had asked him to contact us."