So to clear things up, this isn't an actual dog, just an old Peugeot estate car disguised as a canny canine.
Clever farmer David Issac thought up the inventive idea as a tribute to his former working dog, Floss.
The dad-of-three made the 18ft border collie creation with a model-maker pal and it took them £2,000 and three weeks to build!
The pair used a fiberglass head and yards upon yards of fake fur to transform the vehicle.
And his sheep have even been fooled into believing that this is a genuine pooch.
David, 46, was quoted in the Daily Mail explaining: "Sheep aren't known for their intelligence and didn't seem to notice the difference."
But he did admit there were a few flaws to the altered automobile, saying: "Visibility is poor in the rearview mirror because there's fur over the back window. You have to keep it inside in case the fur gets wet."
However, the chap from East Sussex is planning to sell the car on eBay as he's swapping his sheep for cattle on his 180-acre farm.
Imagine driving to your local supermarket in this!
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