NYC Subway Banned Dogs Unless They Fit In a Bag, So Owners Got Creative

The rules are clear when it comes to carrying animals on the New York City subway: “No person may bring any animal on or into any conveyance or facility unless enclosed in a container.” But the rules say nothing about the size of the animal, and as you can see from this picture, some people got really creative in order to avoid a fine.

Dog in a bag. Just like the NYC subway rules demand.


NYC subway only allows dogs in bags.

If dog fits in a bag it's allowed on a subway.

NYC subway dogs.

Dog owner riding a subway with his pet.

He loves riding subway in a bag.

Dog in a bag.

Riing a subway with a dog in a bag.

Dog in a comfy bag.

It's only legal to take a dog to NYC subway if he fits in a bag.

NYC dog owner with his pet.

If dog fits in a bag, he's allowed in NYC subway.

Dog in a bag.

Large dog in a bag.

Dog in bag.

Happy dog in a bag.

Just riding subway with a dog. Nothing out of ordinary.

NYC dog owners riding a subway.

This dog perfectly fits in a bag.



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  1. Chris January 5, 2019

    That’s so stupid!
    Why they do that?
    Is it the law?
    You can have a short leash, a muzzle and you’re done!

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  3. Anonymous January 5, 2019

    Those puppers are sooo cute!!

  4. Anonymous January 5, 2019

    poor dogs – most don’t look particularly relaxed

  5. Anonymous January 16, 2019

    I wander why is NYC subway so dirty always?
    Can’t they clean it sometimes?

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