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Pet’s Corner - November 2015

28 Oct 2015

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It’s a small world

Despite living in the same NewQuay apartment tower and having the same breed of dog, Raylea and Holly had only just met when Docklands News caught up with them.

Raylea Reynish (left) has lived at Palladio for six months and Holly Lin (right) has lived there for a year.  

Both women own Japanese spitz purebreds, so they were amazed that they hadn’t run into each other earlier.

Raylea’s Kimba is seven years old and wasn’t as keen to play as Holly’s seven-month-old Mia.

Raylea said Japanese spitz dogs were known for their sociability and playfulness but were also quite protective.  They are also well suited to apartment living, although Kimba is walked twice a day.

“Docklands is a great place for dogs,” Raylea said.  “And it’s amazing how many people you meet when you have a dog.”

She said apartments were fine for dogs, as long as they were small animals.

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