We also introduced her to her remote training collar today and after a little bit of confusion she settled in and started getting it. The level of stimulation she needs depends greatly on the situation. Sometimes it needs to be higher if she is distracted or feigning deafness but in low distraction situations it can be quite low and she will comply.
She is not yet ready to be off leash but I hope to get there before the end of the week because I have a feeling that more of the work for her will not be teaching her the commands but making sure she is reliable under most circumstances.
Luby tries hard to make good decisions and she makes friends with everyone (even inanimate objects, like a piece of hose she found and tried to play bow to, just in case it would play with her) but sometimes her exuberance gets the better of her and she makes mistakes. She doesn't take correction personally though, and it does not hurt her feelings. This is a good thing because we don't have to take a lot of time building her back up after we tell her she made a mistake.
Check out Free State K-9's Facebook page for some cute pictures of Ace and Luby during playtime today.