Thursday, December 9, 2010


I would have liked to watch her work her way up from the way back of the SUV to the front passenger's seat, but I had gone back in the house to get something I forgot. 

I think that my girls have some sort of low jack on me so they know when to attempt amazing acts of strength and courage and not get caught. I swear I was only inside for 30 seconds.

The funny thing is, I let her stay upfront and she rode so much better than she does in the back. No panting. No crying. No begging to put her head out the window. Looking back, I probably should have put the seat belt on her. I guess Kevin will have to ride in the back with Seka - if she lets him.

Roxy said she's been calling shotgun this whole time, but I obviously didn't hear her. 


gyeong said...

Parker is our shotgun dog. He usually sits in someone's lap. He weighs just enough to set off the seatbelt alarm.

Hiking Hounds said...

What a sneaky girl. That's interesting that she was calmer in the front seat.

Never Say Never Greyhounds said...

Wouldn't that be great if riding in the front seat cured her car issues!

pattysea said...

Sounds like a done deal to me!
Kevin sits in the back!

BrittBeah said...

I tried this once with Dan to save me a trip because the back was full. It was interesting to say the least. He didn't know what to do with himself in that tiny little seat. In the end he settled on putting his butt in the passengers seat and his front in in my lap laying down. Let me tell ya, those bony little elbows hurt after mile two or three.

IHateToast said...

I know that look. If you I don't look at your eyes, you can't scold me.

Now you have taught them "Shotgun!", you need to train them to bark "Back seat no bitch".