I’m completely perplexed. I believed “Driving Miss Daisy,” starring Morgan Freeman and Jessica Tandy, was an Oscar-winning film. However, as you’ll see in the video below, this title also matches footage of a dog driving her person about in a toy vehicle. Simply use “driving” as an adverb rather than a verb. Daisy is the name of the driving dog, and Oliver is the name of her human brother. To be clear, the car is simply a toy.
Daisy and her brother are fortunately supported by the toy convertible at the same time. Daisy, a Maltese/Chihuahua mix, is in charge of the steering wheel, while Oliver relaxes and enjoys the journey. That’s how she does things. Daisy assumes command! This dynamic is beneficial to them. In a caption, videographer Jessica Wolf wrote:
“Daisy enjoys taking Oliver for rides in their automobile. Yes, it’s a remote-control car that I use to accelerate and brake (neither of them can reach the pedals… haha). She is directing the vehicle to the left. I try to direct it to the right… She makes a U-turn to the left!”
You could be clutching your chest with fear if you’re a parent, but don’t. The car never left the driveway, and the minors were always watched over by their mother.
There’s nothing unusual about this. Just two siblings out for a pleasant drive! This dog is a true pro. Daisy and Oliver won’t stay the same size for long, so capturing this sweet moment on tape is a bonus!