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Pet’s Corner - February 2016

04 Feb 2016

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Docklands’ own bolt of energy

In the newly re-opened part of Docklands Park, a flash of white can be seen against the contrast of the green grass.
Corby, a two-year-old Maltese cross, is joyfully running around, while owner Danielle Marke watches on.

“He is used to running around a lot and he is quite energetic,” Danielle explained as Corby ran over to say hello.

When asked which of Corby’s habits was her favourite, Danielle thought for a moment before answering. “When he is shy, or knows he has done something wrong, he will lift his paw over his nose. It is a very adorable habit,” she said.

When they are not staying in Docklands, Danielle and Corby go to Danielle’s parents’ farm in country Victoria.

“There he can run around as much as he likes. However, with all the nice, open spaces here in Docklands it is the perfect place to have a dog like Corby near the city centre,” she said.

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