Eclipse “Seattle Icon” Dog Who Took Solo Bus To The Park Died At 10

Eclipse “Seattle Icon” Dog Who Took Solo Bus To The Park Died At 10;- It is hardened to announce that a Seattle dog who is known as Eclipse and became famous worldwide for riding the bus alone, died at the age of 10. Yes, the popular dog who went viral while driving the bus is no more among us. It was hardened to believe that the loving dog has gone from this world and will always be remembered by his loved ones. According to the sources, the news of his death was confirmed by Eclipse’s owner, Jeff Young through a Facebook post. We are going to share some details regarding to Eclipse’s death.

The post reads,” Eclipse was a super sweet, world-famous, bus-riding dog and true Seattle Icon. You brought joy and happiness to everyone and showed us all that good dogs belong on the bus”. Along with this, Jeff also shared a loving picture of Eclipse. Since 2015, Eclipse has used the RapidRide D line to get to and from her house. With this, the area’s transit service, King County Metro, shared a heartwarming tweet embracing the bullmastiff and calling her a ‘true Seattle Icon’. Since the news of his death went viral on social media, many people are trying to collect more details about him and want to know how did he learn that skills?

As per the sources, Eclipse – the dog gained much attention on social media in 2015 when he started to ride the bus alone, Jeff Young who is the owner, stated that the pair would visit the local Belltown Dog Park. It all started when the Lab Bullmastiff boarded the bus without Jeff, who was smoking at the time when the bus arrived. Since then, Eclipse has been riding the bus, wearing her signature red harness, and identifying her stop by looking out the window. Passengers and other bus drivers knew who is she and they also enjoyed her company.

Many people praised her. Since the news of her death was announced, many people got sad and paid tribute to her on social media. It is not easy to accept that the Eclipse is no more among us. Jeff continued,” It’s not hard to get on. She gets on in front of her house and she gets off at the dog park, three or four stops later”. The video of the Eclipse went viral on social media and was watched by millions of people across the world. She will always remain in our hearts and will be remembered by his loved ones.


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