Come ride along with Zeb as he travels around Dallas. Zeb feels right at home on the back of a bike. He is "Bad to the Bone".
I taught Zeb to stay in the seat by cutting down a cardboard box to the size of the seat and made him sit in it. Then I made him jump on and off the bike. Later I placed... More
Come ride along with Zeb as he travels nd Dallas. Zeb feels right at home on back of a bike. He is "Bad to the ".
I taught Zeb to stay in the seat by ing down a cardboard box to the size of seat and made him sit in it. Then I made jump on and off the bike. Later I placed box on the seat and that was it!
The is made from ¾" plywood covered with k vinyl and padded cushion on the inside. e to "secure" him to the seat with a made "quick release system" which isted of two leashes attached to two sy key rings; hooked to two eyelets at backrest. If we would fall or he would out, those things would immediately . It was more meant as a psychological down, so Zeb would know he couldn't go here other than stay put. The seat itself trapped onto the motorcycle with two y duty black rubber bungee cords. while two years later, I stopped "tying" to the seat since he never made an mpt to get out. Zeb REALLY likes to ride. oke. I can't go anywhere without him ore.
Not all dogs are "reliable" to do . Most breeds are but there are some that aren't cut out. Some take a lot of ning, some, like Zeb, get it right away. ence will take you a long way but never et, dogs are living creatures who have erent agendas. So if you're not a 1000 % , DO NOT ATTEMPT! Less