Most dogs know commands like sit, stay and shake. Maybe they even know some advanced tricks like play dead, roll over or speak. But most dogs aren't trained to drive a car.

I mean, apparently some are.

But most dogs just sit shot gun and enjoy some fresh air on their face. A lot of dog owners take their dogs with them when they run errands. That's what one Wisconsin driver did with his dog Callie.

The driver had parked his Jeep at a gas station and walked over to a local bakery. Just a little while later he saw his Jeep up against a building across the street. Who's to blame? His Australian shepherd Callie.

WBAY details -

The driver said he was sure he put his vehicle into park. He told police that his 5-year-old Australian shepherd, Callie, was inside the Jeep and suspected the animal bumped the shifter into drive.

Can you imagine looking out to see who crashed the car and instead it's just a dog in the front seat? Here's the Facebook post from the store that the car crashed into. -

It's not every day that a dog drives a Jeep across traffic and right in to your business! 😂 ...a lil shook but saved by a big chunk of smokey quartz! Thankfully no one was injured. ♡

Posted by The Pearl of Door County on Saturday, March 13, 2021

This story has everything I love - dogs and crystals! There were no injuries and the driver says the canine's driving privileges have been permanently revoked.

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