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Barking will only get you so far.

Graham and Fiona Haddow left their boxer, Fern, in the car while they browsed an art gallery in Broughty Ferry, Scotland. By the time they came back, Fern’s Internet stardom was ensured.

At some point, the dog had gotten tired of waiting and decided to let the world know. 

Fortunately, some local teens captured Fern’s fit of road rage on video. 

Graham Haddow told Dundee’s the Courier that he heard the noise and saw a crowd from up the street and was afraid something bad had happened, but when he came up to the driver’s side window, Fern gave him “a sideways glance and just kept on going.”

We’re just glad she was legally parked.

H/T BuzzFeed | Photo by Luke Price/Flickr 

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