Need a designated driver? Look no further than these rescue dogs12/6/2012
Sit? Fetch? Roll over? Take a hike with your humdrum dog tricks. The SPCA in Auckland, New Zealand, is hoping to put rescue dogs in the fast lane to adoption by teaching them how to drive. Hey, it's been done with teenagers, so this should be a snap. Three lovable mutts have been in an intense eight-week training program in specially adapted simulators, and a 10-month-old Beardie cross named Porter will get a crack behind the wheel of a Mini Countryman next week on live television. It's all to show that rescue animals aren't second-class options for a family looking for a pet. Or for a chauffeur.
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What kind of driver would your dog make?