I've been working with our now 10-week-old pup on recall and loose-leash walking/heel using many of the tips I have learned here and in the Happy Puppy Handbook. One thing I'm wondering about is how to treat the pup during training sessions in a timely manner (i.e. as close to a click possible) while at the same time encouraging him not to bite my fingers/hands in the process. We've done some of the exercises to encourage him not to mug the hand (e.g. as in the Puppy Challenge sticky link above) but when you're trying to mark good behaviour it seems like it could be counter-productive to make him wait/make eye contact/whatever before he receives the treat. So I feel like any of the good manners training we've done goes out the window when we're in the backyard working on recall/heel/etc. Any thoughts on how a newbie like me can reconcile this?