Ok, ok, it's just a video of me walking my dog.
The last time I talked about him around a month ago, we were about to start working on directional controls. If you turn the audio on, you can hear me constantly giving him verbal commands.
The first part of the video shows him on a long leash (and with two of our cats), the second part he's free.
The motion commands start with the dog walking in a heeled position, and the handler saying "turn left", "turn right", etc. When the dog begins to turn at the command, they are allowed to walk out of the heeled position and directed when approaching an intersection.
Commands are built from simple to complex. They start out with 'left', 'right', and 'cross' and then work up to commands like 'cross this road and then turn left'.
Place names (ie 'creek', 'mailbox', 'atm') are established by saying where we are going, and then stating the location multiple times while we are there.