Michael Haddock works as an attorney in Saugatuck, Michigan and was surprised to receive a letter in the mail that granted his German Shepherd unemployment benefits.

Ryder, his dog, was approved for $360 a week and was listed as having worked at an upscale seafood restaurant. The letter was actually addressed to a "Michael Ryder" and somehow it was delivered to Haddock's dog.

The dog's owner contacted the agency and was told that a computer automatically sent it out and the claim had already been flagged as suspicious. So poor Ryder won't be getting his unemployment.

Read more at CBS Detroit.