I haven't done much work having Mud respond to cues at a distance, but I want to start. I feel like this is a dumb question, but I really don't know where to begin. :dogtongue2: Her long distance stays are fantastic. She will stay and return on command every time, from a sit or down position. I'd like to have her do any trick I ask from long distances, without running up to me to do it. Really all I've asked for is a down from a few feet away, and she walks a few steps, lays down, and crawls up to me. :dogrolleyes: Silly Mudflap. She will gladly back up to the prior distance when asked, and then I ask for a sit, which she will do. But when asked for the down or anything else...well, the same "sneaky" performance to get back close to me. My goal is to eventually have her carry out commands with me any distance away, facing her, with my back to her, behind her, beside her, walking away from her, anywhere. I haven't been persistent with working on this kind of thing because I don't want to create any bad habits or mistakes since I don't know where to start anyway. Any tips would be greatly appreciated. :dogsmile: Thanks everyone!