NYC Subway Bans Dogs Unless They Fit into a Bag. These Big Dog Owners Accepted the Challenge.

For dogs in the Big Apple, the subway is off-limits unless they fit into a bag or carrier.

Small-to-medium dogs have options from a sling to a backpack to a cute shoulder bag.

But what’s a big dog owner to do? Well, intrepid New York dog owners have mastered the art of training even the biggest dogs into riding happily in a backpack or duffle. Color us impressed.

Not sure how you’d pull it off with your own fabulous big dog?

Fortunately, you can always find a loving sitter or in-home doggy daycare close by.

Pit bull in a bag

Pit bull owners know they’ve got it good.

The New York subway system bans canines unless they can fit in a small bag, so this guy trained his pit-bull to calmly sit in his small bag.

Traveling in style

Have dog, will travel—with the right look, natch.

Traveling in style

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Yeah, I’m comfy

“Hold me, hold me, hold me!” – dogs.

#subwaydog #dogsofinstagram

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Whatever you say, Dad

Huskies, why the cuteness all the time?

Brady’s first NYC subway ride! #bradythehusky #champion #subwaydog #dogsofnyc @fpgallardo1990 #dogsofinstagram

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#subwaydog

Dogs: always gotta be right next to you. No, really.

#subwaydog #subwaydogs #dogdaysofsubway

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Backpackin’

If you can’t wear the backpack, why not ride?

Precious cargo

Frenchies ftw.

I’ll go where you go

Can I just boop your dog real quick?

#dogdayafternoon #subwaydog #lookslike #E.T. #staringintomysoul #ridingoverthemoon

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