Hello everyone! So my question today has to do with Diana and the way she likes to "reset" or not listen to commands we have recently trained on. Let's say "stay" for example. We'll work on it, she'll do great progressively getting better, and then she just resets and/or picks and chooses when she wants to do it. She has done this with all of the commands she's been taught. Some commands, like "no tugging" I did without actual treats but allowed her more freedom as her reward. Tugging is still being worked on, we've recently done "Stay". She hasn't reset on that yet. I know for some cases, it has to do with excitement. But most times there isn't any real distraction. I stay consistent with teaching, slowly phase out treats. I will take treats out of it and just call them at other times and give her good scratch as the reward. She usually does her reset after I have taken treats out of the situation. I still keep the training going but should I do treats again when she gets like this, or would that just reward the issue? Like she knows if she does this she'll get treats again. Also, for the cases when it's excitement, (goes to daycare and we're waiting on associate), I tell her to sit. She usually doesn't or will pop down for a few seconds and hop back up. What should I do about that? Thanks in advance. You guys are very helpful.