Just imagine the only way you can get around town is on the subway, and the subway says you can’t bring your dog--now what? NYC doesn’t put a weight limit on dogs riding the subway, instead they just specify that dogs must fit in a bag to travel through the underground tunnels. That might imply that your dog needs to be under 10-pounds or so, but not when you’re dealing with wise ol' New Yorkers. Challenge accepted, said all of the hilariously creative people from NYC that made this list!
1. Slaying it, thanks Ikea
2. This pic went viral last year. It's just too doggone good to be true!
I should start a collection of ways people transport their dogs on the subway. #1: Large dog in tote bag pic.twitter.com/2lWxQdhynO— Clare Toeniskoetter (@claretoenis) December 22, 2014