Mini Dachshund Was Trained To Only Respond To Harry Potter Spells

Getting dogs to learn tricks is no easy task. While it can be done it also takes patience in order to get our furry friends to be able to sit, bark, or roll over on command. However, it requires even more patience and focus to get dogs to do specific things that aren’t natural to canines such as skateboarding or solving math problems.

However, one dog owner is putting the rest of the dog parents to shame with the incredible training of her miniature dachshund, Remus, who can respond to Harry Potter spells.

YouTuber Anna Brisbin, who obsessed with the wonderful wizarding world first created by JK Rowling, recently went on social media to share a very impressive video showcasing Remus’s understanding of various Harry Potter spells.

“I taught my puppy Remus dog tricks in the form of Harry Potter spells. Because of course, I did,” Brisbin wrote alongside the video.

And while you don’t have to be a Potterhead to appreciate the video, for those of you Potterheads out there, this video is beyond cute and you’ll lose your mind like I did!

And if you’re wondering, yes, Remus is on Instagram! As his page claims, the little dog “love[s] belly rubs and hate[s] full moons.” You can click here to follow him.

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