This furry friend always looks like he’s ready to ride no matter where the car is headed. Just look at that outpouring of excitement! The eyes wide open to take in everything they come across, the mouth hanging open in a big, toothy smile, and the tail that would normally be wagging, but there just isn’t enough space in the footwell of the vehicle.
We’re sure once Rusty gets outside, he’s going to be a bundle of joy and plenty of wags. All dogs know that when you get in the car, it’s time for some fun.
A Happy Traveler
Not every dog that rides on public transportation is happy to be doing so, but this little animal looks pleased as punch to be going for a trip. Dogs, in general, like to go for rides. There might be food or the P-A-R-K at the end of it.
We're not sure where this bus or train is heading, but the little dog has no issues. Other than the sun shining right in its eye, that is. Nobody likes that, even dogs. But how will it look out the window otherwise? Sometimes you have to take the good with the bad.
Sure, the driver has to be looking out the front at almost all times, but that doesn't mean the passengers do. Dogs and other pets tend to look out the side windows since that is where most of the stuff is. This frazzled little pooch, however, has his or her eyes pointed straight ahead.
That's where the real action is. Or, maybe that's where a cool car or something like that is. It's just lucky that this dog is such a small little friend, or he would never be able to fit on the center console.
Showing Off the Muscles
This handsome hound is a traveler in Istanbul, on his way to have a one-month health check via bus, and he's having a good time showing off his rippling muscles for the cameras surrounding him.
Just look at that definition. This looks like the kind of dog that you want to be guarding your door at night. Unless the thieves come ready with protein powder, this dog isn't going to let them pass. Do the owners put whey in his daily dose of kibble, or do they just have him pull them around on a sleigh like a horse?
Hanging On for Dear Life
Is that called a barkpack? Ah, no, stop hitting; it was just a joke! Here's the deal with people putting their pets in bags and backpacks like this one – it's sort of the law! In many places, if you take your pet on public transportation, they have to either be in a pet carrier or in a bag such as this one. This is to prevent any damage to the pet or others.
The kind of situation we see in the picture is the best because the dog can look around and have contact with its owner, danger-free.