Dog Tricks: Canines Learn to Drive in New Zealand

A program funded by the SPCA is teaching some rescue dogs how to drive retrofitted cars.
1:22 | 12/05/12

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America, you waited patiently. And so, we're going to get this. A lot of us are dog owners here. You have daisy. And charlie. And there's daisy. Actually, that's dandy and harry, lara's dogs. We have dog owners. It's fun to teach the dog tricks. Charlie, sorry we left you out there. I know. The doggy feelings are hurt. We can all teach them to do what they're doing down here in new zealand, teaching some rescue dogs to drive. What? It's a program being funded by the spca. Raising awareness to the plight of rescue dogs. They took the dogs, first, indoors. And taught them to drive. And put them in retrofitted cars. That dog is driving alone. Dogs are the best. They are the best. Dogs are not that smart. Not all dogs are that smart. They are. There's nobody pushing that car. Would I lie to you, george? Yes. Would I lie to america? America, would I lie to you? Could a cat do that? No. I don't know. Perhaps.

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