So the pups were at work with me everyday from the time they were 4 weeks old [when I adopted them] until they were 8 weeks old. They got very well socialized but 3 rambunctious pups up front was creating a bit of a roadblock and moreover people were starting to really interfere with their training so I left them home for a week. ** People interfering ranged from multiple customers allowing them to jump, climb and nip on them as "they were just babies and too cute not to let them" to the far opposite - people that felt they knew better than I did and decided to hold Juni's mouth closed and smack her on the snoot when she mouthed the hand I told them to take out of their 2 seconds before - to people who felt they should pinch their little feet for jumping at the barrier. You have never seen a Momma Bear in action until you discipline one of my dogs and in a highly inappropriate way. For the sake of my job and the safety of the pups - they came home. ** So this weekend I started taking them back to work - one pup and Ayla each day. That way they still get to socialize but in a more controlled way. Ayla is a great role model and it gives me time to do some individual real world training. Jinx came on Saturday - she was great with all the people, fantastic with kids, great with other dogs - a real social butterfly. And she was very lovey with Ayla. They were so cute sleeping together by the register between classes. The next day Jett came - he was a little more rambunctious but he settled beautifully about an hour or two into my shift. I always reward and capture for Settle so he got a good amount of practice in between customers. Where Jinx and Ayla slept most of the day - he was alert and people watching for most of his day. He was great with people and their kids and as Sunday was slower he didn't meet as many dogs but did get a bit frightened by one of my clients dogs as they were leaving. Bobby [the other dog] did approach fast but I will have to work on his dog socialization skills a little I think. While we were between classes I tried to take a short video of his loose leash walking progress - but boy trying to hold a phone/leash in one hand while not blocking the camera, with clicker/treats in the other was harder than I thought. Here is all you get after cutting out all the finger and leash bits in the way... Juni gets to come tomorrow - then Knoxx, then Luka, then we rotate again from the top - so Ayla comes and one of the other pups everyday. God I my job sometimes!