At this point she needs a leash on to be held accountable in her obedience. I have her on a tiny thin leash that she can drag or a little teeny training tab (very short leash) to make her easy to correct when she is being a stinker. She has learned somewhere in her life that she can scamper from work if she doesn't want to do it. When she goes home I am going to recommend she wear a leash at first to make sure she "get's home" well and that her owners can make her listen to commands without chasing her. She can be transitioned to not wearing a leash indoors after a few days if she earns it.
That said, when a firm but fair handler is in charge, she has gotten pretty good at her commands. And she is super cute doing it. She has especially done well with Placemat. She will start stepping off, and it just takes a verbal correction to back her up. Her Heel/Autosit is going fine. If the ground is cold she tries not to put her bottom all the way down. Also, out in the cold she greatly dislikes Down. I try to be fair about this, she is very small, after all, but I do make her do it sometimes just to prove to her that she can. In the house her Down is pretty good, as I said she needs a handler who will follow through and make her do it.
Tomorrow we are working on proofing all her commands and taking her video for her go-home video. Proofing is simply using distractions to make sure her obedience is the best it can be before she goes home.
Tonight, as soon as she quiets down she will get to come inside for some Placemat and play time, however, right now she is seeing if barking non-stop in her kennel will get her let out. She will be sorely disappointed but she gets points for trying. Silly Pip.