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Oct. 12, 2013 at 11:52 AM ET

Norman the Scooter Dog propels himself on a scooter.
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Norman the Scooter Dog accomplished his Guinness World Record feat at a charity event in Marietta, Ga., in July.

Norman, a French sheepdog, cruised into the record books this week for being the fastest dog on a scooter. 

Also known as Norman the Scooter Dog, the pup was trained by his owner and is able to scoot on his own much like a human, with two paws on the handle bars, a back leg on the scooter and a hind paw pushing himself along. He scored the record for traveling 100 feet in just over 20 seconds.

Would your pet's talent give Norman a run for his money? We want to see those pets doing their thing, be it a cat riding a horse, a duck drinking out of a coffee cup or a line-dancing poodle. 

Share your videos and photos on Instagram or Twitter using the #OrangeRoom hashtag and we might share them live on TODAY.

Video: “I knew he was special,” said Karen Cobb, the owner of Norman, a French sheepdog who cruised into the Guinness Book of World Records thanks to his ability to use a scooter like a human.




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