Dog Owners at Putting Their Dogs in Bags For a Good Reason

Dog waits in its carry-on container at airport in Atlanta, Georgia.

Dog owners in New York City have been seen stuffing their dogs of all sizes into bags and luggage. Now we know why.

I’ve never lived in New York City but I’ve been there enough to know that the key to getting around the city is mass transit. Even more specifically, the subway. The subway is also the quickest way to get around the city.

If you’re a dog owner in New York City and have to take your little pupper to the vet, things have gotten a little more difficult for you. Dogs are not allowed in subway cars unless they can fit into a bag or carrier. That’s no problem if you have a Teacup Poodle or Chihuahua. But it’s a pretty big deal if you have say, an Irish Wolfhound.

New Yorkers, being the industrious and creative people they are have found a way around these rules and here are a couple pictures of their ingenuity.

Happy traveler

The New York subway system bans canines unless they can fit in a small bag, so this guy trained his pit-bull to calmly sit in his small bag.

Read more and see more pics of dogs in bags HERE.

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