I got my Pet Drivers License, and am heading out onto the open road all by myself! It’s so exciting being able to finally drive. Since Mom is the only driver, it is high time she had someone else to help shuttle us girls to and from our activities. In case you are thinking of getting your dog a license, check out our deal at the end of this post!
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Preparing For My Drivers License Test
You may know, most kids these days go to driver’s training at school. I checked out a bunch of dog schools, but none offered driver training for dogs. Luckily in this age of technology, I was able to find the DMV manual online, and could study from the comfort of my cuddle bed. No dog wants to fail the written or driving tests! I passed my written test online on my first try!
Next up was the behind the wheel portion. Mom took me out driving so I could get used to our car and the road. Parallel parking was a real nightmare! As you can see, I’m about ready to give up. Seriously, I’m supposed to get this huge vehicle parked between the orange poles without even touching them! Humans sure come up with some odd ideas!
On my birthday, since I am six, Mom said it is the same as a human sixteen, so I got to take my driver’s test. We headed out to the Driver Examination Station, hoping to get a last minute spot for the road test. I was a bit nervous.
Wow, I am really here! A hound behind the wheel, about to test for my freedom, my canine right to drive a car. It sure is exciting, but scary as well. It all looks so very serious. Waiting for that testing person seemed like forever.
I made sure to follow the rules of the road – coming to a complete stop, signaling turns, watching for traffic, no speeding, no high speed squirrel chases. The test person was pretty impressed with the fact that I wear a good seat belt, my impulse control, and my driving knowledge.
I Got My Pet Drivers License
In the end, I earned my Pet Drivers License from My Pet DMV! I’m pretty proud of myself to say the least! It was not an easy feat, but I did it. I’m the second hound in the family now to actually legally drive! Emma had her license for many years.
One super cool thing for dogs, is that they have small licenses you can hang on your collar. I’ll be the first to admit I rarely carry a purse, or wallet, and my fur has no pockets, so hanging a license from my collar is quite practical!
Now that I’m a licensed driver, I headed out into the sea called traffic. Wow, look at all those cars, how will I ever be able to squeeze into the traffic stream. Time to figure all this out on my own, and I’m thrilled to have a chance to do it!
GET 25% OFF!
Is your dog interested in her own Pet Drivers License, or would you like her to have one to help out with the driving at home? You can now get 25% off a new license with my code: Gbgvlife Just go to My Pet DMV, and apply! Hope to see a lot of my friends out on the highway!
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