We already know that dogs can pretty much do crazy things that their owners don’t teach them. One dog does an adorable little dance every time he is given a treat. Another pooch learns to sing along to his favorite song playing on the radio, while one canine can play the piano by himself.
While these are all pretty crazy and unusual for dogs to do, have you ever imagined a dog riding the bus by itself and getting off her stop without anyone telling her what to do? Well, that is the daily routine of this pooch from King County, Seattle.
Eclipse, an adorable Mastiff and black Labrador mix, is already a local celebrity all because she has amazed commuters and bus drivers with her remarkable sense of direction and independence. Eclipse loves the Belltown dog park too much that she couldn’t let a day pass by without stopping by for some exercise and fresh air.
Apparently, the park is located a few blocks away from Eclipse’s residence, so to be able to get to the park, she and her owner, Jeff Young, had to take the bus, particularly the D line. On one occasion, Jeff took too long to finish smoking that Eclipse got bored and decided that she take the bus by herself, leaving her owner at the bus stop.
What surprised Jeff was that Eclipse knew precisely where her drop-off point is and gets off the bus right at the park, which is about three to four stops from their house. Since then, Eclipse started going out by herself with her bus pass fastened to her collar.
The bus drivers knew her already and allowed her to get on the bus since she doesn’t hurt anybody and behaves herself just like a regular commuter.
Watch how comfortable he is on the bus here.
Courtesy of videoinspirational