These dogs ride a bus like humans ‘and now the internet is in love’

 After posting a video of their doggy "daycare" bus, an Alaskan family dog-walking team has become an internet sensation.

Mo Mountains Mutts, a husband-and-wife team, told FOX Television Stations that they never intended to start a business, but it "grew organically over time."

"I've always wanted a bus to transport my clients. I began on my bike, then moved on to a minivan, and finally to a large van. My big van's tire fell off in the middle of my route one day "Mo Thompson spoke up. "I posted a request on my local community page for a large van or a short bus. I was able to board a bus that had been stranded due to COVID."

The couple, who also have an 8-month-old son named Vern, share videos on social media of their daily routines and operations in Skagway.

"My husband and I work well together, so we can balance work and our baby. This would not be possible if my husband had not agreed to participate "Thompson went on.

@mo_mountain_mutts You guys asked to see the dogs getting on the bus #foryou #dogs #puppybus #alaska ♬ original sound - Mo_Mountain_Mutts

The furry friends are shown getting on their bus and finding their seats in a video that has already received over 50 million views on TikTok.

"Good morning, Jake," Thompson says in the video before the dog settles into a seat and is "buckled in" with a dog leash.

The couple runs their puppy bus all year. They also pet-sit on occasion.

"I hope it makes people smile," Thompson said at the end. "I also hope that it motivates people to exercise and train their dogs."

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