We dug this up at Photobasement and we don't share their sentiments about it. Whereas they seem to be totally against a "dog in a bag on the side of the car" we are decidedly pro-"dog in a bag on the side of the car". First appearing in the June 1935 issue of Popular Mechanics the incredibly inventive doggie bag (not to be confused with the bag received at a restaurant) keeps your car clean of troublesome pooch sheddings and waste matter while your dog gets the fresh air he wants strapped to the outside of your moving car. Okay, so maybe it's not advisable to drive down dirt roads, through forest fires or around tight turns, but we still think this is awesome. We're thinking it needs a clever marketing name, like the Romney bag perhaps? Full article below the jump.
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