I am in a speech class right now, and our next speech is a demonstration speech. And guess what? DOGS ARE ALLOWED! My school just won the award for best college ever, lol. So, the first idea I had was to show how to teach your dog to get a beer from the fridge. I thought this was appropriate for my audience--a bunch of college kids. People LOVE this trick, and it's really pretty easy to teach. I have a 6 minute time limit for my speech. I figured I'd bring just a little cabinet or something, since I obviously can't bring a fridge, lol. I want a fairly flashy trick, no matter which trick I do. Teacher said she's had dog training demonstration speeches before, but I want to blow her out of the water. So, I need some ideas. I have just shy of two weeks. I know I can teach Mud most things in that time frame, and I know she can perform just fine--she LOOOVES being the center of attention. She is quite the show off, and I've done a ton of work with her "performing" in front of numerous people. So, does anyone have any ideas of which trick to demonstrate how to teach? Is the fetch-a-beer trick not a good one? The teacher has had students do other speeches related to alcohol. Mine really is just a dog fetching a drink. Mud already knows about 70ish tricks, so I have several to choose from that she already knows. But I'm open to new ones too. Remember I have only 6 minutes to explain how it was taught, and demonstrate. Thanks in advance!!