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10 years on

December 2008, Issue 38
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Away from the desk

The little bent tree
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Another “son”
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Goodbye from Blender Studios
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What Women Want - With Abby Crawford

The excitement is building ...
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Pets Corner - May 2018

03 May 2018

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It’s treat time

By Lina Le

2pm can be an unusual time for people to walk their dogs, but for Amanda Harrison, it is the perfect moment to take her eight-year-old husky Shae for a walk along Harbour Esplanade.

“It is a treat for her to be coming to the harbour. She absolutely loves it,” Amanda said.

Shae is a good, friendly dog. She loves small dogs and people and enjoys riding on the train.

“She loves the city because she gets all the attention. People stop to pat her,” Amanda explained. Following Amanda’s request, beautiful Shae can sit, shake hands and drop down.

Amanda and Shae walk 2 km a day, sometimes 4 km, but Amanda noticed that Shae gets lazy when she has to walk long distances.

According to Amanda, Shae does not normally care much about toys, but she wants the toy whenever she sees other dogs have them.

“She’s like a toddler. She tells you what’s going on, not the other way around,” Amanda said.

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