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Pets Corner April 2010

01 Apr 2010

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Do dogs really look like their owners?

Well judging by the hair colour of Kaitlyn Gordin and the fur of her 11-week-old puppy Daisy, then the answer is yes.

Not surprisingly, a few people have already commented on the similarity between the two.

“Mum’s even said ‘you know you look a lot like Daisy’.  And that was just after I brought her home,” Kaitlyn said.

Kaitlyn and her partner Ben purchased the adorable Maltese/Shihtzu cross in late January from Queen Victoria Market Pet Shop.

The pair, which have both grown up with dogs, had been looking for a dog for a little while, but didn’t plan on getting one that day.

“We were off to Perth that weekend so we weren’t expecting to buy one, but she was so cute and she was the last girl left,” Kaitlyn said.

Since then, the three have been inseparable with Daisy joining Kaitlyn and Ben at work everyday at Harbour Town’s Bike Force, a business run by Kaitlyn’s family.

Adding new meaning to the term “family business”, Ben, who describes the puppy as “cute, cheeky and playful”, said she was the second family dog to join the team at Bikeforce.

“Kaitlyn’s brother has a dog which is usually over at the shop and Daisy usually stays in the office,” Ben said.

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