Lady Gaga has reunited with her dogwalker nearly three months after he was shot while walking her three French Bulldogs.
Ryan Fischer was seen back at work on Friday in the first photos since the scary incident in February.
Paparazzi caught Fischer pulling up to the Born This Way singer's Los Angeles mansion ahead of the weekend.
The Oscar-winner's beloved dogwalker -- who risked his life in an attempt to save her dogs from being kidnapped -- was all smiles as he exited his vehicle to meet up with the star.
Wearing a tank top and bright pants, Fischer looked strong and healthy while holding onto a beautiful plant and another gift for Gaga.
The singer has been in Italy for months filming her upcoming movie, House of Gucci.
She was overseas when the terrifying dognapping incident happened and just returned to Los Angeles last week.
Fischer looked more than happy to be back at work for Gaga less than three months after the scary ordeal.
According to TMZ, Fischer is starting his dog duties slowly and only walking the pups during the day.
As Radar reported, five people have been arrested in connection with the dognapping and shooting.
Three suspects "tailed" Fischer for blocks while he was walking Gaga's three dogs at night in February.
According to a complaint, the dognapping suspects shut off the headlights on their sedan once Fischer turned onto a secluded street.
Following him, the trio reportedly hit and choked Fisher before one of the suspects shot him with a semiautomatic handgun, striking him once and leaving him on the street, the prosecutors stated.
They then made off with two of the bulldogs -- Koji and Gustav.
Fischer's shooting was caught on a neighbor's doorbell camera and he was heard screaming for help during the violent struggle. He was hospitalized for weeks following the attack.
Gaga put out a $500,000 reward and days later, her dogs were returned but the star never had to cough up the reward money.
That's because two other suspects were also arrested in connection with the crime.
Jennifer McBride -- the alleged good Samaritan who "found" the dogs and returned them days later -- was arrested and charged with one count each of accessory after the fact.