Today we went into town to run some errands. He was kept in a heel/autosit command while we walked down 6th street to go to the bank. Halfway there we strolled through "the train park" for some radius training and he did very well. His only issue with the park was that he wanted to stay in the heel instead of really run around and play but he followed Claven a little bit and that gave me an excuse to call him back. He snapped to attention and sat down right in front of me. I am sure that once he gets used to being in town and having the freedom of enjoying a romp in the park without a physical leash holding him back. He has certainly gotten a hang of it out in the country.
The people at the bank were happy to meet him. He was polite and quiet indoors and did not jump up on anybody. He did make a mistake and got up out of the sit command but that was just to flirt with the reflection of himself in a mirror. I didn't bust him for it but I reminded him that he was supposed to be sitting and he sat back down (making sure he could still see himself in the mirror).
One thing that has come up is that his collar is giving him some discomfort. If I put it on tight enough that it does not shift when he shakes his head or scratches at it it seems to be uncomfortable for him. If I leave it loose enough that it can shift the contact points seem to cause some discomfort to his throat. This is not uncommon for little throats. I may recommend purchasing a 24 hour contact pad for his collar to make it more comfortable for him. I have one for Kylie's collar and will use it tomorrow to see if that solves the issue.