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Pet’s Corner March 2010

25 Feb 2010

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Arnie – Docklands resident and company mascot

Frank and Katherine Gallen, who have lived in Docklands for five years, are the proud “parents” of five-month-old Arnie.

After doing six-months’ research on the breed, they purchased the British Bulldog when he was just 10-weeks-old and they haven’t looked back.

“He’s cheeky and loves to play. He’s not keen on the walking, so we’ll do a walk and then have a 10-minute play session afterwards as a reward and he seems to love that,” Frank said.

Frank and Katherine started a business called Local Pet Care in November last year and Arnie is its mascot. Local Pet Care caters to Docklands and surrounding suburbs.

“We even have an image similar to Arnie on our business card,” Frank said.

The business, which is currently only a part-time venture, caters to working “parents”, as Frank calls them.

It provides dog sitting, dog walking and a drop-in service for the pets and Frank is hoping to make it a full-time job.

“It’s about going for what you’re passionate about,” said Frank.

For information on the business email Frank at (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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Comments

  • Matty at 11:44pm on 25/02/10

    Arnie is so cute!!!

  • Joll at 10:28am on 28/02/10

    Fab article! Congrats Frank, hope it brings loads of clients. xx

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