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Pet’s Corner October 2009

02 Oct 2009

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Meet Buster, the NewQuay wonder dog.

Buster has lived in a number of Melbourne suburbs but, according to his owners Nick and Cindy, he loves Docklands the most.

He can be seen on his daily walks down to the Bolte Bridge or at his favourite spot under the big screen at Waterfront City where he loves to chase a tennis ball.

Or you may also see him checking you out from his balcony if you are out and about in St Mangos Lane.

Film and TV student Nick Varley and property salesperson Cindy Goudie have lived in Docklands for two years.  They bought Buster five years ago as a pup from a Warburton Jack Russell breeder.

Since then they have lived at Hawthorn, Burwood and Brunswick.

“Buster’s good at adjusting.  He’s pretty happy anywhere,” Nick said.

Cindy said she “had a thing” for Jack Russells.  She said Buster reflected her personality.

“They are just so much fun,” she said.  “We didn’t want a quiet dog.  We wanted a high-energy dog.”

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