I recently began clicker training my girlfriend's Black Lab/Golden Retriever; 3 years old... and no formal training. But with 2 hour long sessions per day, coupled with swimming, climbing, digging and other confidence building exercises, Zoey is showing exponential growth in her 'trick vocabulary'. After a month of training she is beautifully responsive to basic commands such as "Sit", "Down", "Stay" "Bang!", "Roll Over", "And Over". She can identify agility equipment along with verbs she needs to listen for while running a course; "Over" (for jumps), "Tunnel", "Jump Up", and "Heel", although this needs a little work. It is difficult, personally, to control a heel while moving quickly. There is a crazy eagerness she shows to run alongside my bicycle with her lead in her mouth, deliberately (and effectively!) pulling me beside her. As long as I keep her off of asphalt, I'd like to try Bikejoring, or however the - it's spelled. As a real nice benefit, she is now THE perfect weight according to the veterinary Body Mass Index! Yay. Nothing worse than a fat Lab...always covered in lipomas and eye-boogers. In short, I'm looking for tips and tricks YOU use regarding clicking, heeling, bikejoring, as well as any Retriever - relevant water games not involving a dock.