We showed you these dogs last week, learning to drive. That was hard enough to believe. But they have taken to the racetrack, all to encourage more people to adopt rescue dogs. Abc's nick watt went... See More
We showed you these dogs last week, learning to drive. That was hard enough to believe. But they have taken to the racetrack, all to encourage more people to adopt rescue dogs. Abc's nick watt went along for the amazing ride. Reporter: This could be the beginning of the end for human kind. Until now, we were the only species to have ever driven a car. That's porter, a bearded collie. Driving around a racetrack on live tv monday. A doggy driving test. Good boy. Reporter: Is he driving a stick? Good boy. Reporter: This is a mind melt. I thought dogs talking on youtube was weird enough. Want potatoes? Reporter: Then, the spca went to take dogs through intensive driving training. Accelerator. Feet on theing wheel. The brake here. Reporter: And there's the giant schnauzer showing off his new trick in a modified mini. Finally, the paws to the pedal test. His test, porter, made it around that bend. He did it. Then, he ate some dirt. Some of us are lousy parkers. And we have opposable thumbs. I don't like this. Now, dogs are driving cars. Last weekend, that monkey was found wearing a jacket in ikea. The mayans said the world is supposed to end next week. I don't know. I'm feeling pretty uneasy about all this. Good. Good boy. Reporter: For "good morning america," nick watt, abc news, los angeles. I love the monkey in a coat. Hats off to nick watt to get the monkey in there. Quote it. Monkey in ikea. That's the greatest thing. I have one burning question. Isn't there a fear, that the dog is driving 60 miles per hour down the highway and has a sudden urge to stick the head out the window and enjoy the ride? I don't think they're going 60 miles per hour down the
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