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Dog rides bus solo to visit park

Posted on January 15, 2015

SEATTLE — Commuters in Belltown report seeing a Black Labrador riding the bus alone in recent weeks. The 2-year old dog, Eclipse visits a local dog park a few times a week, sometimes with her owner, Jeff Young, who says the tradition has been going on for a while, KOMO News reported.

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Eclipse's first solo rush hour ride happened one day when her owner took too long to finish a cigarette, so the dog got on the bus without Young, who caught up with her a few stops later, according to the report.

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