Alaska's 'Puppy Bus' captivates the Internet

Over 1 million people follow Mo Mountain Mutts on the famous social media platforms Instagram and TikTok, a local dog-walking business.

Alaska’s “puppy bus” has gone viral on social media such as TikTok and Instagram. Followers of the famous social media accounts get a glimpse inside dog-walking company Mo Mountain Mutts, which fascinates dogs in a bus customized for dogs.

Mo Thompson, who supervises the company with her spouse Lee, told the provincial station KTOO that she often looks in the bus’s rearview mirror. She states she can’t think she is doing this for a living.

The company organizes off-leash walks for its dogs daily and picks them up on a local bus with seatbelts for puppies. The company reported bus passages earlier this year and uncovered that dog lovers loved them. Over 9 million people enjoyed and liked the video of the dogs boarding the bus on social media.

The pickup routine includes letting your dog enter the bus, receiving a delightful observance training, finding their designated seat, and bringing harnessed in. The Washington Post reported that about 12 dogs are brought along on every bus trip and that riders often greet each other after boarding the bus. The dogs at Mo Mountain Mutts are seated based on their personalities, ages, and manners of each of them. It is common for young pups to remain in the “licky doggy corner,” where they enjoy a lot of time licking their siblings – which isn’t surprising, given their young age. There is a specific area of the bus where dogs can be more comfortable,” Mo, 31, told the publication.

The business started when Mo started walking buddies’ dogs at work. At school, I was working with some school teachers. And then it just rippled out, “Hey, I have heard you are great with puppies. Please assist me”. And then I required another pack walk because I began grouping puppies based on dogs’ personalities.” “Then we carried our morning and afternoon crew, and after that, it built up to the moment where I required Lee to help.”

On New Year’s Eve 2022, the dog-walking duo smashed 1 million TikTok followers and has around 265,000 Instagram followers. According to the Washington Post, Mo then began publishing for the dogs’ owners on many social media platforms. Mo says Lee, and he is only two goofballs. Lee would point the camera at me or come up with humorous thoughts on the bus, which went viral.

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