He still has slightly "bad brakes" when in the Heel. He walks fine but when I stop it takes him a couple more steps to realize that I have stopped and then he sits down once he has caught on. I think this is mostly due to him being in Henryland and less to him being defiant because he requires no correction. I plan to start tapping him as soon as he takes one step too many to see if I can sure him up a little.
Inside he is doing pretty well. He is learning to hold a Down and to not be into everyone's business throughout the day. Our daughter loves him so she tempts him with affection and whatever snack she is carrying around. Our son is indifferent so Henry has sort of lost interest in him. But holding a Down and not springing to action when someone walks across the kitchen has been a tough skill for Henry to grasp so I am proud that he is making progress here.
Tomorrow we are at the farm again doing Placemat while I do some office work and then we are taking time for some off-leash hopefully before it gets blisteringly hot out.