That said, her leash manners are improving daily, her jumping up has stopped though she still jumps -around- people. Her owners will need to really reinforce this no jumping rule or I promise it will absolutely backslide. Her Down and Sit are a little chaotic. She tries everything at once and sometimes ends up contorted into funny positions on my shoes as she tries to get it right. Her Implied Stay is...terrible (this trainer giggles about her). She stays but she flops around and vibrates across the floor until she really parks it and heaves a sigh of "oh well, I guess this is where I'll spend the rest of eternity while everyone does fun things without me". We'll continue working on it.
Her Come command is coming along nicely. Only rarely does she try to bolt in the other direction to start a game of Chase Me. Usually she comes right to your shoes for pets and praise. She is being worked with on a 30' leash to give her lots of opportunity to make mistakes without risking her actually getting to run off and reward herself for bad behavior. I might suggest her owners get a long line for practice in the back yard after she gets home.
Her wonderful attitude and zest for doing new things makes teaching her easy and once she grows up a tiny bit and these commands really become her way of life she will even out to being a truly stellar dog. For now we giggle at her antics and make sure we aren't being too indulgent while being fair.