Rush hour commutes on the subways in New York are anything but pleasant. If you’re short you have to deal with people’s pits constantly shoved in your face. If you’re tall you’ve to deal with short people’s heads bumping into your chin. You get the picture. There are few things that make this hellish ride easier, like that one time in ten years that someone offered you their seat. The other thing? Pups in bags!
For us dog crazy peeps, seeing a pup on the subway is like winning the cute lottery! The Gothamist did a round-up of dogs on subways some of which we included below.
I should start a collection of ways people transport their dogs on the subway. #1: Large dog in tote bag pic.twitter.com/2lWxQdhynO
Subway dog pic.twitter.com/30d8k4Hx8i
— Esther Zuckerman (@ezwrites) June 26, 2014
We also asked the team here at Bark & Co. to share their commutes. They may charm on the outside, but here’s what we think these pups are probably thinking.
“I secretly check out other humans when I’m in the bag.”