She's a young puppy, frankly I'm amazed she was staying more than a few seconds while you moved away at all! Shows she's got it in her, but we need to remember not to push training with going to far too fast.
The #1 thing to train in a puppy is to have them think training is FUN FUN FUN! Listening to us and learning the new 'whatever' needs to be a blast. So it is NOT about teaching any specific behavior in the beginning (like 'sit' or 'down'). That should NOT be a good trainer's initial goal.
Instead, we need to teach that being with us, learning from us, figuring out what we are trying to ask is worth while and fun. So teaching our puppies to be MOTIVATED is the goal.
Once we teach them that learning is fun fun fun, then all the rest is so much easier cause they are 'in the game' so to speak (and not running off for something way more fun than a long boring 'stay'
So it's important for us to do fun and fast 'behaviors' with fun and fast 'releases'. If our pups aren't getting something, it's not their fault. We need to just be more clever trainers to figure out how to get them to LOVE the training again to be back in for the learning.
Puppies shouldn't be obeying cause they 'have' to, instead they should be learning cause they WANT to. Big difference.
Using tons of teeny treats. Extremely short training sessions thru out the day are way better than one 10 minute session a day. Toys in the training. Staying close in all early training so you can see the glint in their eye cause they are still learning, or the boredom/confusion which means you went too fast or the training session was too long.
CLICKER TRAINING is the best for puppies at this stage cause the training forces 'us' (hm, the problem part of most training
) to remember to mark the behavior and REWARD with a real reward (which praise is NOT).