Hello, I’m wondering if anyone could offer me some advice, I have a 9 year old Staffordshire bull terrier called Lola. During lockdown I’ve been taking her on walks a lot more and noticed she isn’t the best at recalls! She currently had a retractable flexi lead but I’m thinking of changing and getting her a longline to practise the ‘stay’ command and her recall. Sometimes when she’s off she comes back after 2/3 shouts but other times if she’s distracted she literally acts deaf & sometimes even runs further away. I know she can still learn as during lockdown when we now get to roads I say ‘here’ and ‘stay’ and she listens to that! Sometimes she decides to cross but I just pull her back and repeat the command - she then stays. Also i take her out at 12pm everyday, so at around 11:45 she’s literally screaming the house down! If anyone has a staffy when they get going they are loud!! So when I’m trying to put my shoes on outside the door she’s screeching, jumping up the lot! She’s a nightmare, any advice on how i might be able to stop this or at least calm her down? My question is how do I practise the recall with a long line? Also she will not eat a single thing outside, she never has. So I can’t offer her treats as rewards. Does anyone know why this is? Any help would be appreciated. Thank you.