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Well house training is going along ok I suppose. Coal is pretty good about not having accidents but I must tell you that he has NO free house roaming rights yet. I have him in an exercise pen in the kitchen (on the vinyl floor) at any time that I am not watching him during the day. Then, we spend a lot of time in the backyard but he has touched very little carpet thus far and I think I am going to let that be an earned thing once I think he understands the whole potty outside thing. I don't think we can expect them to have it down until at least 4 months of age! I have a 2 1/2 year old and he is potty training and if I am not cleaning up a puppy accident, I am cleaning up a toddler accident! FUN FUN! Too bad I can't keep my toddler in an exercise pen in the kitchen (just kiddin') LOL! Some moments feel overwhelming as we have all been sick with colds since we got Coal but it will all pass and Coal will be a great, well mannered family member soon!
 

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Well, Coal goes for a recheck at the vet today. I think he is about 9 lbs but I will post after the appointment. He is definitely no where near 15! Gunner is gonna be a big boy!
 

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Ok guys, Coal just got back from the vet and he weighs 10.8 lbs. Wow! How do they grow so quickly? When I got him not even 2 weeks ago he was just a little over 7 lbs! He is still the smallest then of Sadie, Gunner and himself. Yes ladies, we should keep in touch and maybe help one another out in getting these pups all grown up right!! :wink:
 

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Yes Amanda, I think I qualify as a stay at home mom. I work out of the house one day a week (usually Saturday). My son is a lot to deal with on his own and now with a puppy! It is almost like having another baby. Where do you live? We seem to have a lot in common! I don't know if you can tell but Coal has a tiny white patch on his chest too. It is nothing more than a collection of a few hairs. Yes, it will be fun to watch these "doods" grow up!
 
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