Tomorrow it's all about play and getting good and tired (and hopefully not too terribly dirty) before he goes home. His owners won't really have homework to practice his obedience with him as much as their homework will be to work his obedience into his daily life. Instead of having him think he needs to do his obedience for 10 minutes a day I want him to think "they might need me to work at any time" and that will help lay a foundation of responsiveness that his owners want from him. Plus it's easier to fit commands into his day here and there than it is to carve out loads of practice time.
I like Milo. He was a fun dog to train and he's as charming as they get. I'm excited to see how well he does in his follow ups. He's definitely one I'm excited to watch grow up.