A classic trick with the twist of being taught by positive reinforcement. A dog that will fetch your slippers is useful and fun.
Even though I wear them for a practical reason, I still make sure my slippers fit my personality. Bright colors, fun patterns, and anything dog related is a sure win for me. So of course, when reached out about their brand new Beagle Slippers, I jumped at the chance to try them out (and on)!
These slippers are goofy and fun. They remind me of all the fun slippers I used to have as a kid. They are one size all, so if you have small feet they might feel a bit big BUT they are still super comfortable and cozy to wear. I personally think any dog lover would LOVE a pair of Beagle Slippers or a pair resembling their favorite breed. Upcoming Mother’s Day gift idea, perhaps?
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Step 1: Using the "Learn Names" trick, teach your dog the name of whichever object you want him to bring you (Slippers, for example). Step 2: Now that he knows what the name of the object is, tell him to "Take my Slippers." Click and treat.Step 3: Tell your dog to Take it and Bring it. If he does so, click and treat. Step 4: Now, try combining all three tricks. First, say, "Get my Slippers!" Then, "Take it, Bring it, and Drop it." If he does what you ask, click and give him a generous treat. Repeat this until you have a polished trick.This trick is a combination of Take it, Bring it, and Give (). When you tell your dog to get your slippers, he will take them, bring them, and drop them right in your hand. What if you lost your slippers? Wouldn't this be a helpful trick! Just tell your dog "Get my slippers!" and off he'd go. In no time he would come back with the pink slippers and drop them by your feet. Some dogs can bring both slippers at the same time. But if you're having difficulty getting your dog to bring both slippers, keep your slippers together with a piece of velcro or string. You don't have to keep them together, however. Your dog will do just as fine getting them one at a time. (This is especially useful if you forgot where you left them!). Teach your dog to fetch you shoes or slippers with this easy to master trick. Practice this trick 4-6 times per session and in a few weeks your dog will be able to fetch your slippers for you when your feet are cold! This trick builds on the