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Pets Corner - April 2011

29 Mar 2011

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Love at first sight

Docklands pioneer Chindar Teo has spent almost 10 years living in Docklands, but it wasn’t until three years ago that she decided to get a roommate.

Enter, Huang Fu, a gorgeous and playful pure-bred pug whose name means auspicious luck.

Chindar found Huang Fu on the internet and fell in love with him instantly when she went to pick him up from a breeder in Bendigo.

“He was so cute. He was only two months when I brought him home and I knew I wanted a pug because my brother had one and I did quite a bit of research on them,” Chindar said.

With Chindar’s parents living in a nearby suburb, Huang Fu is lucky enough to visit them weekly and have a run around in their backyard with Chindar’s brother’s pugs.

“My brother has been overseas for a few years so my parents have been taking care of his dogs and Huang Fu gets to run around and have a play with them at least once a week.”

Chindar’s mother, Dr Ah Choo Teo  (pictured), loves spending time with Huang Fu who she describes as her grandchild and says is spoilt.

“They’re all my grandchildren and they’re very smart and cheeky,” she said.

Dr Ah Choo is as proud as punch with her children’s beloved pugs and, like any grandmother, is very excited and happy if an opportunity to show off pictures of her “grandchildren” presents itself.

With so much love from both Chindar and her parents, and with Docklands as his backyard, it is fair to say that Huang Fu is one lucky dog.

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