I have a little bit of a unique situation. My pup CLF was sent back to me from a trainer who was having difficulty with FF. I think it was a case of the program not matching the pup. I took her to another trainer who has a tremendous reputation and he has high hopes for the pups and thinks she should overcome the issue. It may be a few months before I can get her to a new training so I am working with the pup in the meantime and working mostly sharpening OB. I have a unique situation... My 12 year old son has Autism and It's impossible to make him understand how not to play with the pup. He absolutely loves the dog and she plays very well with him, but they play keep away with toys and other stuff. because of his situation he is limited in speach so he doesn't try to give the dog commands. I let them play when he want's, but I am careful to work on obedience and marks when it's just me and the pup. It seems she knows that with me it's business and fun-time with my son. She seems to be understanding the difference. Is it too much to ask the pup to learn two different sets of rules. I am not really interested in competing, but may play with it a little. I am really going to try and get her to hunt first.