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Pet’s Corner - March 2018

28 Feb 2018

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Exploring the waterfront with Rico

By Medha Vernekar

Docklands has a new resident in the form of an adorable seven-year-old Jack Chi rescue named Rico.

After the recent move from Sydney to Melbourne, Rico made his way around Harbour Esplanade exploring his surroundings while his owner, Rodrigo Azocar, reminisced about adopting the calm puppy when he was only two years old.

“Me and my partner wanted to get a dog for a long time. We just didn’t have our own place so it never really happen” Rodrigo said. “He’s very chilled – doesn’t socialise much with other dogs.”

However, Rico seems to have a particularly hard time getting along with a specific breed of dog.

“He doesn’t care for Labradors,” Rodrigo added, laughing. “But if he’s with a dog long enough then he will get along with them.”

Although Rico isn’t too social, he chooses to have fun in other ways.

According to Rodrigo, Rico is a bit of a foodie and loves getting out of the apartment for long walks, especially by the beach.

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