Today we mostly did a review of her on-leash obedience. The big difference is that we introduced her to her remote and so instead of getting leash pops she would get a stim from her remote. She is sensitive enough that most of the time all she needed was a vibration warning to correct a mistake. She is it 100% sure of me yet, she has a little bit of stranger danger, so she is only off-leash in the yard so far. But she is doing quite well and I am pleased with how well she has retained her on-leash obedience.
My two-year-old is in love with her and giggles about the "baby dog" who follows him around.