07-06-2013, 12:41 PM
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At this stage of his training, I wouldn't worry about it. I'd rather have him stop and look at it now than once he gets in a cart or have him over react to some stimulus. I would have another person drag your noise makers in front of him as you drive around. As he progresses, have them come up beside him, cross in front, pass than make him stand and so some more....If voices get his attention, have the person talk and do the same patterns. He needs to tune out every sound except your voice and your commands. It all takes time.