It is well known that texting and driving is a risky activity. The risk is comparable to that of driving after a hard day at work or after consuming more alcohol than is advised. There are some of us who can’t help but do it sometimes, even though we all know it’s risky to send that “I’m on my way” text or look up directions to our destination while we’re driving.
This is a bad development. On the other hand, there will be times when we are fortunate enough to have a companion in the car with us who will continuously be a constant reminder of how bad our decisions are. And it so occurred that the owner of the mentioned dog was a particular one! A dog owner from Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, who was driving with their 18-month-old Cane Corso, who is very cautious and careful, learned a very important lesson in safety.
Amazing young puppy named Graycie was given the job of telling her owner to put down the phone and drive instead of texting. She shoved their hand away each time they reached for their phone, preventing them from removing it from its holder.
Amazing Graycie can be seen constantly pushing her owner’s hand away from the camera as this amazing video was being recorded from someone in the backseat of the car.
The dog eventually became so frustrated with the owner’s constant attempts to take the phone away that the dog was forced to use more harsh action. She didn’t just shove them with her nose, she yelled at them as if to say, “I warned you to stop!”