I just started AKC senior with my 16 month old black female. She had an obedience issue when we first started training and I posted on here about her whining problem a lot. I have mostly gotten that under control and in a training setting she is great at the line as far as obedience goes. Our first senior was a pass with no handles and a couple whistles on the blinds. She did great other than creeping about 5ft in front of me on the honor, which I have rarely seen her do in training. If she does I give her a pop on the a** with the heeling stick and she gets the idea. After the first senior, I bought some live ducks and worked on honor to correct the creeping issue even further. However, sure enough, we got to our second senior this weekend and what does she do? Creep about 5ft out in front on the honor. She also crept slightly at the line and I had to step up to send her. I'm afraid a few more tests and she'll either be breaking or creeping so bad I'm going to have to reheel her. We passed our first two tests, but by the water series of the 3rd test she was unruly at the line. I don't think I'm going to run anymore tests until I can figure out how to correct this behavior and keep her from becoming test wise. Does anyone have any ideas on how to correct this problem in training when the excitement level isn't near as high? I realize this is like beating a dead horse because this issue is so common, but any advice would help. Thanks!