Videos: Watch These Dogs Riding PWC To Brighten Up Your Day


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If there’s one thing that the Internet is full of is pictures of cats. (Seriously, people. What’s with all the cats?) Arguably, the other thing is funny animal videos. People love videotaping animals doing goofy stuff, and sure that’s all good fun, it doesn’t mean much to us PWC enthusiasts. Right? While journeying down the proverbial rabbit hole of watching funny pet videos can eat up more time than you might be willing to admit in public, we thought we’d toss together a fun compilation of some faithful canines enjoying their master’s jet skis on the water.

We’re sure you’ve seen one or two of these, but hopefully your day is busy enough that you haven’t scoured YouTube (at least, as much as we did for this article) and seen all of these clips. So if you’re a dog lover or just love watching other people ride their personal watercraft (which sounds a little creepy if you ask us), take a moment, make sure the boss isn’t watching over your shoulder, and enjoy some videos of man’s best friend going for a joyride with their best man.


You’ve all probably seen Diesel the bulldog, as this one’s gotten around for a few years.


Here’s Dolly the German Shepard sharing the tray of her master’s standup.


Gracie the Scotty enjoys some supercharged Sea-Doo RXP fun.


Hope is getting a face full of fresh air on Pomona Lake.


Bert rollin’ on a Kawasaki 650SX.


Cairn the Terrier riding out in the Gulf off of Key Largo, Florida.


Diamond the bulldog is a little uneasy riding for his first time.


This 13-year-old Corgi mix loves going for a ride on the family Yamaha FXHO WaveRunner at the river house on the Colorado River, Parker, AZ.

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Kevin Shaw

Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – kevin.shaw@shawgroupmedia.com Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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