Teaching an off switch on a self-assigned job?
Here's my thoughts, for what they are worth. Ember was probably so intent on her tracking that she lost track of where she actually was and gave herself a fright. If I were you, I would intentionally stop her and give her a couple minutes of attention in one place before letting her start tracking again while she is still well inside her familiar territory. Stop her when you are at the boundary again. This makes her have to realize where she is. Let her track some more, but stop her often. On the way home, same thing. Don't let her run home in a panic, ask for her to focus on you. If she won't, stop again. This is to remind her that she can count on you when you are out and about
Gotta love 'em.

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RE: Teaching an off switch on a self-assigned job? - by Gideon's mom - 08-10-2017, 10:38 AM

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