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Sometimes if they are deep in an activey they may not have heard the command or heard the whistle. Just like children and men :p

Make sure when you give the command that Obi is not too distracted (easier said than done). You're almost looking out for a head lift or head turn.

Millie was doing really well with 'come' but recently has got a bit lax. So I took it back a step or two. I'd stopped using the clicker as she'd grasped the command, but I reintroduced it for a day. I also called her back at easy times when she wasn't too far away ro remind her that 'come' is a nice thing to do. I have to say though, sometimes if she is totally ingrossed in a game of play with another dog who has really taken her fancy, all commands are gone! I simply have to go and get her :( but that doesn't happen to often. She is only a puppy and still learning. :)
 
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