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I just brought home two sister cockapoo puppies! They're 10 weeks old! One is black with a narrow white patch on the center of her chest. I named her Ramona. The other is creamy, tan on top and more white lower down. I named her Kira. So far it's been an adventure! Kira already figured out how to climb stairs :eek: but she also successfully went to the bathroom outside twice so maybe she's just bright. They also don't bark too much. They spent the night downstairs while I slept upstairs, which was a pleasant surprise. They've been friendly with everyone they've met and even a 3 year old male Havanese too! They like their crates and go in them to nap. What else? They seem inseparable; taking one outside without the other yields howls from inside the door! Kira is a total lap dog; sit down on the floor and she'll climb right up and settle down. It seems Ramona likes to be held only when she's feeling a bit tired or relaxed. They both like being petted and they love their flashing bouncy ball and tug of war toy.

I'm so excited!
 

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Time for some images!







After their first weekend, they only go to the bathroom inside when I'm not in time and they sleep downstairs through the night!

As for the comments above, so far they get along great and don't get angry with each other. They have been occasionally separated if I take one outside before the other. The separate crates probably also does help. I'll keep an eye on it. Once they're a bit older, I probably will give each some one-on-one time. :)
 

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kendal, I understand and I appreciate your advice. I'm keeping a close eye on any changes in their play. So far they haven't worried me and they react to me very well. Nonetheless, I do plan on having one-on-one time as much as possible to avoid possible issues.
 
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