New Zealand SPCA trains dogs to drive
NEW ZEALAND (KGO) -- Now to video of something you don't see every day -- a dog behind the wheel.
There is video shot by the SPCA in New Zealand of a dog driving. They wanted to help rescued dogs get into good homes, by showing how intelligent they are.
They use doggy treats to train the dogs to touch and move brakes, gear shifts and steering wheels.
Next week they're putting the dogs to the ultimate road test -- driving live on national television in New Zealand.
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