Seattle Dog Figures Out Buses, Starts Riding Solo To The Dog Park

Seattle’s public transit system has had a ruff go of things lately, and that has riders smiling.

You see, of the 120 million riders who used the system last year, one of them is actually a dog. Seattle’s KOMO-TV reports the 2-year-old black Labrador mix, named Eclipse, has become a regular fixture on the city’s D-Line after she figured out how to ride the bus alone to the dog park.

Find out how this pup learned how to ride the bus by herself here. 


TERRIER SERVES AS LOYAL COMPANION TO A BLIND LABRADOR - “Milo really cares for Eddie – he always licks his face, they sleep in the same room and spend all their time together. Without Milo, Eddie would be lost.”

A 6-year-old terrier mix named Milo and a 7-year-old Black Labrador named Eddie are inseparable. Eddie is blind but Milo is constantly there by Eddie’s side to guide and assist him. They live together in Cardiff, Wales. Read more from

Crossbreed terrier Milo has become the eyes of blind black labrador Eddie and even pulls him along the pavement.

The pair are now inseparable, says their owner, Angie Baker-Stedham, 45.

‘Milo helps me to fetch Eddie when I call him. He leads him all the way back to me,’ she added…Six-year-old Milo has helped her create a family environment in her home in Cardiff, she says. The children have grown used to hearing the pet’s bell. ‘He wears it on his collar so Eddie can follow him around. If Eddie wanders off,

Milo will go and look for him and bring him back to me.

‘Before Eddie went blind they both used to chase after dog toys, but now Eddie relies on Milo to help him play and they love going into the woods.

‘Milo even sits on Eddie’s back when he lies down.’

How can one not fall in love with these two friends? Click here for the full story. (Photos via Caters)

Correction: Previous version incorrectly stated Cardiff was in England.