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Pet’s Corner - March 2015

05 Mar 2015

Working dog

Seven-month old chocolate Labradoodle Cosmo loves to go to work with his owner Teo Torrelli.

Teo works in Docklands Park, which means Cosmo gets to go for a run, an activity he enjoys almost as much as meeting new people.

Labradoodles are known for their energetic and friendly nature and Cosmo sure has that trait in spades.

Cosmo is a Reservoir native so the chance to take in some new scenery in Docklands put him in a particularly lively mood.

“Yes, he loves to go for walks and is great with other people,” Teo said. This excitable pooch also loves to be close to his owners and enjoys spending time with other dogs. Surprisingly, Cosmo is so full of love that he even doesn’t mind the family cat.

According to Teo, the one thing that Cosmo may love more than walks is a good belly rub.

Cosmo loves a belly rub so much that Teo says he often catches him crawling along the ground scratching his belly on the grass.

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