He was a real sweetie and stayed in the back seat as good as gold. I was ready this time and had him tied to the back seat head rests so he could move from side to side of the back seat, sit, lie down, whatever he wanted, but not climb into the front. These young lads who think they can drive have to be discouraged - LOL.
Only young (a year if Renbury is correct) and enjoys attention although he doesn't really seek it. Weeping eyes , but I don't know how bad they are. He did lots of wees and a big #2 before entering his crate (which Dogtainers had forgotten to provide - AGAIN !!). I heard him barking as I walked away and had to be really really strong.