By Paris Spence-Lang
VANCOUVER – Before Monster Jam opened its doors to children and overexcited adults alike, the Langley Animal Protection Society brought in some dogs! These pictures will make you OMG!
This pug may be the hub of attention, but no matter how much you rubber belly, this dog will be tread-ing her walk. I guess she’s just… wheely… tired. Rim shot! Photos by Tanis Lischewski
Roxy, adopted, moments before being consumed. Photos by Tanis Lischewski
Driver of Scooby-Doo, seen here with some lady. Photos by Tanis Lischewski
If you’re scared of monster trucks, why didn’t you say so.Photos by Tanis Lischewski
I can’t even. Like, literally. Photos by Tanis Lischewski
Looks like this bull is feeling particularly horn-ery. Photos by Tanis Lischewski
Monster Jam is ultra-inclusive. Diversity posterchild Monster Mutt Dalmatian is the organization’s first dog to actually become a monster truck. Let’s see you make a coat out of this, Cruella. Photos by Tanis Lischewski
After she was let off the leash, Dalmatian immediately ate her owner. Photos by Tanis Lischewski
Thanks to the Langley Animal Protection Society for the cutest photoshoot BeatRoute has ever seen. Thanks also to Monster Jam, as well as Cynthia Gauthier, driver of Monster Mutt Dalmation, and Myranda Cozad, driver of Scooby-Doo. Thanks also to Roxy, Lulu, and the rest of the furry models.
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