Friday, September 30, 2011

We've been gearing up for Safety Week by rounding up transportation for everyone to and from all the exciting events.  It's gonna be a fun-filled and informative week and we aim to get you there safely, on time and in style.  Be sure to visit Sarge for all the details and updates on Safety Week and for more exciting Blogville events!

A few safety guidelines before we emBARK:

PLEASE - no pushing or shoving.  There are plenty of vehicles for everyone and we don't want to have to send tiny pups like Amber to the Bang-Aid Tent before the first session.  If you don't get to ride in your favorite wheels the first time, there will be plenty of other opportunities throughout the week!

REMEMBER to fasten your safety harnesses.  All transportation is equipped with a variety of sizes to fit anypup. 

There are a few safety seats for you extra-small pups so you can enjoy the view as you travel from event to event.

We need to make sure weight is evenly distributed throughout the vehicles, SO -

BIG DOGS (over 50 lbs.) please take a seat toward the MIDDLE of the vehicle of your choice..

LITTLE DOGS (under 50 lbs.) please sit toward the BACK or FRONT of the vehicle of your choice.

We don't want any of this -

Feel free to help yourself to any of the tasty beverages aboard your transport.  Just make sure your driver sticks to water while driving.  REMEMBER - SAFETY FIRST!

The Road Dogs (for all your transportation needs)


bbes tribe said...

Very khool info. Like you said and showed in the pic - Don't want the BIG dogs in the back of the bus
Good to balance things. Love this post.

Angels Amber and Max DaWeenie and Mom said... pups must remember dat mee is a dis-ass-ter waitin' to happen. Maybees mee should travel all by meeself in a padded vehicle??? Remember what happened to mee in the Bouncy House!!!


Two French Bulldogs said...

How do we get to go in the vehicles?
Benny & Lily

Scooter said...

Hey Road Dogs!
Wow, you have this transit thing all set and ready to go! I can't wait. I'm still having trouble deciding which cool vehicle to ride in first! Limo vs bus...hmmm.
Grr and Woof,
Sarge, COP

Unknown said...

thanks for the info - we just found out about safety week and Im very excited!!

please make sure to update your reader we have moved

Backcountry Brodie said...

I has to sit in the middull of the bus? Can I at least has a winder seat pawlese? I dussn't want to be stuck in an aisle seat and has to get up and let the window seat sitter get out to go leave pee mail all the time if'n you knows wot I mean. And with all that drinking there should be lots of pee mail posting.

Two French Bulldogs said...

By the way if we are on the bus, we push
Benny & Lily

The Daily Pip said...

Hey, I thought I reserved an aisle seat, but SOMEBODY seems to be sitting in my seat!

Your pal, Pip

Frankie Furter and Ernie said...

OH YES!!! I do remember AMBER and the Bouncy House... hehehe

I am thrilled to hear that there will be REFRESHMENTS..on board!!! THAT is cool.

Will there be a Kitty Section?

I pawmise not to push or shove... butt I Do hope that I can jump high enough to actually get up on the steps.
And NO CHEWING the seats either. RIGHT?

♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥ said...

It sounds like you have thought of everything. Just remember if there are any breakdowns of the vehicles, the OP Pack is always at the ready to work their sleddog magic.

Have a great weekend.

Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, Ciara, and Lightning

Anonymous said...

Oh I csnnt wait!

As long as I sit next to my Beau Louis I is FINE in the front or back!

Heck Amber da Weenie can sit with us anytime!

woos, Tessa

houndstooth said...

You guys thought of everything! Since I weigh fifty pounds, can I sit in the back of the bus, I do I have to sit in the middle with Morgan and Blueberry?


P.S. If you liked yesterday's pictures of Morgan, wait until you see some of the ones Momo took today!

STELLA and RORY from Down Under said...

Wow looks like everyone is raring to go. We love the little seats for smaller doggies. Sweet. Take care all. No worries, and love, Stella and Rory

Amy said...

Thanks for sharing! Buckling up your pets is so important and it's amazing how many people don't do it. We say, "Seat belt for you, seat belt for your kids, seat belt for your dog!" All the members of the family should be safe when traveling after all.

♥Mona + Prissy + Angel Weenie♥ said...

Love this post!! Good traveling safety tips there too!! Can't wait to see everybody again.

{{{huggies}}}...Mona & Weenie