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Auckland Transport Trials Allowing Large Dogs on Buses

Auckland Transport Trials Allowing Large Dogs on Buses

Auckland Transport in New Zealand will be conducting an eight-week trial allowing big dogs to travel on buses starting from Monday. Previously, only

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Auckland Transport in New Zealand will be conducting an eight-week trial allowing big dogs to travel on buses starting from Monday. Previously, only small dogs were allowed on public transport permanently. If the trial proves successful, the change will become permanent. Dogs must be using an approved muzzle and be kept on a leash during the journey. The trial aims to make public transport more accessible and convenient for pet owners. Certain rules and restrictions apply, such as dogs not being allowed during peak traffic times and owners being responsible for cleaning up after their pets. The trial will run until July 16th.

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