We've always had very focused, into people dogs. Now we have Keira. She's an absolutely wonderful puppy with a ton of drive and willingness to learn, but she focuses all of her drive and energy on everything but us. This makes it really hard to teach her anything because we'll have her attention one second and the next it's gone. She won't give us any more than 15 seconds of attention at a time, if that. She wants her reward for doing something right (half the time I don't think she's realized what she actually did to get it..), and after she gets it, we no longer matter to her. Tonight at classes the trainer told us she's one of those "take the money and run" type dogs, but she didn't tell us how to fix it because the class was already running overtime and another one was waiting to come in. We're planning on going for a private lesson some other time this week to work on this problem specifically, as we've never dealt with such an extreme lack of focus before. She is only 15 weeks old, so I don't expect her to listen like an older puppy/adult would, but she really, really needs to learn how to focus on us when we need her to instead of leaping around grabbing dust bunnies and other dogs and such. Any help would be very much appreciated! If you need more information, let me know.