Dogs driving; something to bark about
No longer designated to the passenger seat these dogs are pumping the accelerator and taking off.
In modifed cars these dogs have mastered changing gears, steering, and using pedals to cruise the race track.
It seems our furry friends are quite intelligent. A group of rescued dogs in New Zealand are taking to the road proving they really are street smart.
Christine Kalin, the CEO of SPCA Auckland spoke about the project and common perceptions of abandoned or rescued dogs.
Produced by Katrina Berry
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