I would like some opinions on a possible return call which works every time. Duke's (22 months) ultimate favorite thing to do is chase a laser pointer. So much so that he will dead-stop playing with or chasing a dog, sleeping, and even eating. Once his interest is peaked in seeing, or thinking he saw the laser pointer his attention shifts completely to the laser. The only problem is once that happens, he obsesses about chasing it. He will hang right around my immediate area always looking for it to show up. He will only venture away about 20 feet at the max from me for as long as 20 minutes. Using this method always gets him to come back. However I don't like the idea of getting a one and done command. After I put it away I want him to go back to going about business and not focusing solely on me. Is this close to the easiest way to train a return call or closer to a disaster decreasing of his fairly good socialization skills? Any thoughts or recommendations would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.