Dog ‘Drives’ A Little Boy Around In His Toy Car

Dogs will do almost anything for their owners. And apparently, this unconditional love extends to driving their humans around in a car.

But before you worry about a dog hitting the open road in an actual vehicle, it’s really just a cute video of a boy and his dog having some playtime fun in a toy car.

The fluffy dog, Daisy, was filmed acting as the personal chauffeur to her human companion, Oliver, by taking him for a quick spin in a Mercedes Power Wheels car in the safety of the family’s driveway.

What’s more, is there is actually someone behind the scenes operating the remote-controlled car: Mom.

She was behind both the car and the camera.

Regardless, the footage is so cute, showing just how great of friends kids and dogs really make.

Oliver and Daisy’s mother, Jessica Wolf, said, “Daisy loves to drive Oliver around in their car.”

She then added, “Yes the car is a remote-controlled car, which I use to accelerate and stop (neither of them can reach the peddles, Haha). And yes, she is really steering it.”

What a cute pair.

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