Dog Fetch Coke

The basic idea is I will use this to train my dog to get me a coke :wink:

coke

this is a tab for the refrigerator
pull

I am still new to this, and couldn’t get inkscape to output a single svg with the text showing up in glowforge so I just saved it as a png.

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How clever! Must be a smart puppy! :smile:

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we will see :wink:

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That’s cool - but before you train him to get your coke you have to teach him to read!

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I think you spelled beer wrong.

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Getting close

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Once dogs get a taste for leather they upgrade to boots.
Just saying.

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Now we need a dog!

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Can he read? :stuck_out_tongue:

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Hope he does not develope a taste for Coke. You may start getting empties.

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Funny! Hope he catches on.

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So he is fairly consistent in getting the cokes now.

The leather stretches a little so I added holes for grommets.

I also added pull for a handle for the fridge

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does he close the fridge?

Are you familiar with chaining commands?

i made it so it closes itself

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we chain up to two commands

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Having trained service dogs for over a decade, a suggestion is to be sure to work with him/her to be a soft mouth when grabbing it. Occasionally, over enthusiasm will result in taking the whole can (leather sleeve or no) and since their jaws can easily break a cow femur, you may end up with a severely punctured can and a very happy puppy dancing all over with coke going everywhere! LOL

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To be honest it has happen twice, and he dropped it down the stairs twice as the refrigerator is upstairs. But that is out of like 60 fetches, so I am good with it.

My biggest problem is him forgetting why he went upstairs. lol

I have now moved him over to generic cozies, but I do think the leather was important for the transition

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Sounds like the lovable lug type!

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