His obedience is very smooth. Even in higher distraction settings (a toy or stick being thrown, cats and other wildlife being silly, donkey running around) he is doing well. Other dogs are still a major distraction but with today's desensitization workout he made a major break through. We worked with Dane, the Rat Terrier, and while Dane was working 30 feet away we were able to keep Rihm under control and next to me in a Down position. He was still very vocal and annoying but he was not lunging, even though he was on a 20 foot leash and could have broken into a run if he wanted to. I then had Dane lay still while we worked around them and he was better about this also, though we mostly worked at walking away from them without Rihm constantly looking over his shoulder. As a reward we let Rihm meet Dane and even though Rihm sounded ferocious during the workout, they played a fun game of chase after the initial sniff.
Tomorrow we are just getting Rihm ready to go home. We are getting his glamour shots taken and we are taking his final obedience video to show his dad. Other than that we are going to play some games, snuggle in the living room and kind of take it easy before he gets to go home and show is owners how obedience can be his way of life now.