Bailey knows everything I ask her to do. However, she is not 100% reliable yet. Especially if she is not in a command and she is doing her own thing, she can be very difficult to renengage and put back into a command. For instance, if she is moseying around the field and I tell her to Heel she will either blatantly ignore me or trot towards the house. I use the collar to turn her around and once she remembers that she can't run away from the work she falls into step and does her obedience very well.
Both of the dogs have developed the habit of automatically laying down instead of sitting. When this happens they get a mild correction and sometimes I have to lift them into a sit. We will work on reversing this habit over the next few days.
I have included a picture of the dogs practicing a double Heel. It is a nice way to walk two dogs together. They are good at it but it takes them a short time to sort out who is going to walk on the inside and who is going to walk on the outside. When walking both at the same time you can see how crisp Ace is and how relaxed Bailey is. He likes to be right at your leg and Bailey tends to float around a bit more within the limits I have given her.