I'm new to this site and have been reading lots of posts on dogs barking in cars and what to do about it. Here's my situation. Echo loves going on rides in the car...to the lake...to the dog park...to where ever. Once we're all in and on our way, the barking begins. My significant other is the one who drives, so I'm in the front on the passenger side...Echo is in the back...and she leans over the seat so her head is completely in the front and barks. It's like she's mad because she's in the back seat and she's scolding me. She puts her head close to my head and barks right in my ear, and if I ignore her, and don't look at her, she nudges me...and sometimes she mouths me...she's not biting, but she's doing everything she can to get my attention. I just lean forward so she can't reach me...but she won't quit trying to get me. She doesn't do this to Joel, who drives...just me. IT'S DRIVING ME CRAZY!!...and I don't know how to stop it. I don't yell at her, I try to correct her and tell her quiet, or lay, or stop, but nothing works. I wondered if putting a muzzle on her for the ride would do any good. Any thoughts or ideas?