It is awesome when you have a pack that get along so well. This is the case of Pat, who adopted more than one dog and they love each other. I can imagine how much fun when they go all together on the car. Read her story:
"Niko, my most recent rescue, was crossing a busy street when I first met him. He is a full- blooded Akita and was 7 at the time but he was so malnourished that he looked 14! He weighted 90 lbs. when I found him. Now, at 11 years old, he weighs 130 lbs. and looks and acts like a much younger dog. He had been used as a stud dog by a backyard breeder and was fed very little food and kept in an outdoor filthy enclosure before he escaped. Now he sleeps on my couch (and sometimes on my bed) and loves to play tug of war with his 'sister,' my 9-year old Lab/Golden mix.
Lily, my female, was 6-weeks old when I rescued her from her mom who was trying to kill her because she was the runt. She is one of the smartest dogs I've ever had and extremely loyal and a great watch dog. She is half Lab and half Golden.
Mojo, my other male, was at the pound in his last days. He is half Golden and half Chow. He is one of the sweetest dogs - always wanting to be loved or cuddled. Fortunately, he gets a lot of that in my household. My three dogs have all come to accept each other and they frequently go for rides in the back of my car whenever I have local errands to do. I have a great 'pack' at present and will probably be adding to it sometime in the future." –Pat Kramer, Los Angeles.