Monday, October 10, 2016

Molly is a Bad AireGirl

Molly has pretty much always had too much energy when she's in the car.   She races back and forth in the back seat trying to let cars know that it's not acceptable to pass our car.   In other words - she's a nut case!  She drove angel Mitch nuts and she started to make me nervous and freak me out and mom and dad said - NO!  Yes, they tried spraying her with water and they tried many different seat belts and nothing worked.
Voila. This works!

 She still has her moments~
 And she bites on the plywood partition A LOT! 
 Flip your ear, Mackie.
 But she does eventually sit and behave.
 And it works out great when we go to Lenny and Joe's because I have my side (which is the bigger side because I'm going to be bigger than she is in no time at all) and Molly has her side.  
 Share away, mom!
 We are ready and waiting!
We sometimes wonder if the partition will ever come down.

Love ya lots♥
Mackie and Molly

26 comments:

Christmas said...

The car does seem scary sometimes, Molly!

Jessi Lashakmitis said...

Mackie and Molly, I hope you guys got to try a little of that delicious sandwich! Great pictures :)

Margot

Dory and the Mama said...

What a great idea!! It's always nice to have your own space!!
Smileys!
Dory, Jakey, Arty & Bilbo

Reilly-Denny Cowspotdogs said...

sometimes you just have to be creative :)

The Daily Pip said...

Well, that's a great idea! We might need something similar in our car because I just hate to sit still in the car.

Millie and Walter said...

It's interesting how just a little partition can change Molly's behavior. Keep up the good work.

Sully said...

BOL well at least the peeps don't have to hear....make her stop and she's touching me again!

Aroo to you,
Sully

Bocci said...

Oh that stare! Did your mom and dad get to eat any food at all?
Glad the partition is working!

Ruby said...

OMD that is brilliant! Don't worry Molly, sometimes I do that too! When I'm hyped up, I bark at anyone walkin' on the street, and if they have a doggie...watch out! BOL
That's only if Gpa and Ma are in the truck, then I know I'm goin' to the vet. Ma needs Gpas help watchin' me, cause I'm a handful apparently...
Butts, when it's just me and Ma, I behave. I only bark at the other doggies...☺
I would loves some of that food though! Lucky doggies...
Kisses,
Ruby ♥

Idaho PugRanch said...

Interesting that the partition works. I get a little crazy in the car, especially when I think we get to where we are going then I bark and bark
hugs
Mr Bailey, Hazel & Mabel

Susie Q said...

Oh Molly, you do make me laugh but not for your Mom, Dad and Mackie when they are in the car with you. But what a great resolution. Your dinner looks wonderful. Hugs, Susie & Treacle xx

Jeanne Pursell said...

We sure can relate to this!! We had to put up a similar partition between the front seats of the RV and the coach as LadyBug manages to be a complete FREAK sometimes! On her very first trip, she managed to somehow wedge herself underneath the passenger seat. We actually thought we'd have to unbolt the seat to get her out...but miraculously she managed to extricate herself! She is a character...sounds a lot like Molly!

We don't take them in the car unless we have to because it is so stressful...it drives my husband completely nuts!

At least you got some good eats out of it!! Sometimes they really are like kids!

Julie said...

Oh yes Molly, need to stay calm in the car 'cos then you get to go great places and try TASTY foodables!!!!
Loves and licky kisses
Princess Leah xxx

Mark Muller said...

ha! seems Molly is my twin :o) I don't like the rolling cage, so the mama has to ride with me on the back seat... even with 80 lbs, I'm a lap dog :o)

Oz theTerrier said...

BOL! I cannot believe you need a plywood partition between the two of you! I love car rides because they put me right to sleep. I sure hope your new system continues to work for you

Madi and Mom said...

OH MY word that is hilarious...here we thought Molly was all about teaching you manners. Golly Molly are you part beaver chewing on wood? I love the partition that I'm guessing your dad made.
Mom said she could hear Molly saying Mom, make Mackie stop touching me and vice a versa. Too funny but for that delicious food I'd sit still too
Hugs madi your bfff

parlance said...

Molly, you are so lucky to have a woodworker in the family. What a great solution to your problem.

Two French Bulldogs said...

Mom wants to know if you are related to me? My Nylabone works a bit. If mom blasts the AC that works too
Edward (& Lily) mine insanity only lasts 5 minutes

Casey said...

Jessie has to be seatbelted in or she goes nuts in the car!

Louis the Blogging Dog said...

Molly it's good that you won't have so much stress on your car rides.
Your Furend
Louis Dog Armstrong

Hailey and Zaphod and their Lady said...

Glad you found a solution!

The Army of Four said...

What a clever idea!
Cammie!

Bella Roxy & Macdui said...

Glad it works and you each have your own side! Now, hope you got some treats for being such good pups.

C.L.W.STEP said...

Riding in the car can be stressful. Usually, whenever I have to get in the car, we go to the vet.

Grantham Lynn said...

What a fun post. Brought back found memories for me. Daisy loved seeing cows.
She would bark and bark and bark at them. One time we were in a convertible and she wouldn't back at them! It was crazy. Every time we drove up with the top down she sat quietly watching them!
I bet she would have love Molly and Mackie!
I love visiting. You guys make my day!

Tweedles -- that's me said...

That devider is a perfect idea! Mommy says I am a wild monkey in the car,, and nothing,, no nothing,, can calm me.,.....
Yes, its all true!
love
tweedles