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      Vey proud of the girls

      We were out for 8 hours today, and left the dogs loose in the house with access to the yard (same as we have always done with our adult dogs). It’s the first time we’ve been gone that long with the puppies loose, and we came back 2 hours after their regular dinner time, so they were definitely hungry.

      There were NO signs of any trouble or mischief out of them. I’m sure they’ll still have their moments, but they are definitely growing up!
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      Awwww, that is very grown up behavior for 2 young ones! I would be afraid they would be co-conspirators and find even more trouble to get in to than just one puppy alone. Maybe mama Chloe keeps them in line.
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      Wow, that's great! The 2 litter mates we had as our first dogs were definitely co-conspirators but there was no Mama around to model appropriate behavior either, plus no outside access if we weren't around. Keep up the good work, S&C!
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      Hurray! For two little rascals, that's quite an accomplishment.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Maxx&Emma View Post
      Awwww, that is very grown up behavior for 2 young ones! I would be afraid they would be co-conspirators and find even more trouble to get in to than just one puppy alone. Maybe mama Chloe keeps them in line.
      It’s funny, because I can’t actually say that she actively keeps them behaving properly, but I think she is a good influence in that they watch her to learn how to behave around the house. I shudder to think about what the two of them would get into without her modeling good behavior for them, LOL.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Annette47 View Post
      It’s funny, because I can’t actually say that she actively keeps them behaving properly, but I think she is a good influence in that they watch her to learn how to behave around the house. I shudder to think about what the two of them would get into without her modeling good behavior for them, LOL.
      It's always good to have an older dog around to teach the young ones the ropes and set a good example for good behavior.

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