Most dogs are happy to get out of the car after a ride, but this poodle thinks she's invisible and will be allowed to stay.
In general, dogs love car rides. After all, car rides mean that you're probably going somewhere exciting, like to the pet store or the drive-through or for a walk in a new place. Once you get to your destination, many dogs will hop right out of the car, and they'll do it so quickly that it can be difficult to get hold of their leashes first. That is, except for this poodle.
This poodle isn't feeling so cooperative today. In fact, she's quite comfortable where she is and would really prefer to just stay behind and nap. Clearly this is something that she's done before, since she pulls this "invisibility" trick with her owner with excellent timing. Take a look at this funny dog's trick.
Does your dog act like this poodle and refuse to get out of the car? If so, it's a good idea to keep a leash on your dog so that you can easily get hold of him. Every time you need your dog to get out of the car, it shouldn't be a struggle. It may be time to work on basic obedience commands at home, especially "come."
You can encourage your dog to get out of the car by taking him on rides to enjoyable places. If your dog only gets in the car to go to the vet or to be put into boarding, he naturally won't want to get out of the car because it will lead to an undesirable situation.
Make sure that you do plenty of fun trips with your dog where he gets to go for a walk, play, or receives a treat once you reach your destination. Soon your dog should hop out of the car willingly and enthusiastically instead of pretending you can't see her...