Hilarious photos show desperate dog caught in net after trying to sit with owner
A man who shared photos of his sister's dog refusing to stay in the back seat has gone viral online.
The man snapped the pics after spotting the dog desperately trying to sit upfront after the owner installed a net to stop the wily pooch.
After sharing photos of the dog caught in the web on Twitter, the images quickly went viral as they racked up more than 700,000 likes and 103,000 retweets.
They were captioned: "My sister got a net to keep the dog in the back seat but she does not accept."
In another hilarious shot showing the dog pushing its nose through the material, he added: "Why, mother?"
But he reassured anyone worried that the dog was not harmed and had enjoyed her day out.
The incredible photographs amused thousands of people online, who were left in stitches by the dog's hilarious attempt to escape the net.
One commented: "This is why I’m a dog person!"."
A second wrote: "This is how it feels when you’re sitting in the back and you wanna be included in the conversation your friends are having in the front.
A third captioned the set of photos: "Are we thtopping at the pet thtore? Guyth?"
A fellow dog owner added: "This is literally what having a pit puppy is like. The chaos cannot be contained."
Another agreed, joking: "Lmaoooo August has a seat belt harness for this reason why are dogs (especially pitties it seems) so DESPERATE to stand on the console??"
Other owners shared funny pics of their dogs getting into similar situations.
It follows another dog going viral for over-the-top behaviour after an owner shared their Yorkshire Terrier's hilarious morning routing.
The adorable pooch was filmed waking up in bed with the duvet tucked up to her chin, before she rushes downstairs for a hot 'coffee.'
The hilarious TikTok even shows the Yorkie at a laptop with a large pair of glasses precariously balanced on its tiny nose.
Complimenting the canine's acting skills, a dog lover wrote: "Your little fur baby is one precious little peanut! What a darn good sport too to cooperate with the poses and commands."
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