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Pet’s Corner - June 2011

01 Jun 2011

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Hank's everyone's mate

Described by owner Aaron Wyeth as being very laid-back and “chilled as”, Hank is curious and very playful, even running up to virtual strangers and sniffing them inquisitively.

“He’s the friendliest dog to everybody. He just wants to play,” said Aaron.

Despite being seemingly fearless towards people and even other pets, there does exist a tiny chink in the canine’s armour.

“He hates vacuum cleaners. He used to try and attack them, but now he just goes outside,” said Aaron.

Hank is popular with almost everyone he meets as he hardly barks or growls at all, save for a friendly snort now and again. That makes him a favourite with his neighbours in the Palladio Tower, where he has lived almost his whole life.

Aaron, who has had Hank since he was six weeks old, said Hank was well-loved even as a puppy.

“When he was little, people would come over and visit him all the time,” said Aaron.

Hank’s favourite thing to do is chase his ball when he goes out for his walk near the big tent at Waterfront City, his good-natured charm making him popular with the local retailers in the area.

“Everybody loves Hank,” Aaron said.

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