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Pet’s Corner - October 2013

01 Oct 2013

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Newly-established Docklands resident Czar has settled into his new home very nicely.

According to owner Rani Cheng, the five-and-a-half-year-old cream Chow Chow has found a new lease of life since moving to the area six months ago and is already well known by many other Docklanders.

Rani described Docklands as a dog-friendly area and says Czar has taken a particular liking to the many places to see and explore.

“Normally when Czar is at home he is alright but when he comes out he gets so excited because he wants to always explore new territory,” she said.

The tidy nature of Docklands is perhaps another reason why Czar finds himself in his element when exploring the streets as Rani reveals he is very proud of his cream-coloured fur coat.

“He doesn’t like to sit down. He has really thick fur that he doesn’t like to get dirty so he never sits or lays down or anything,” she said.

Rani told Docklands News that she was determined to find another Chow Chow when she first moved to Melbourne after owning one in her previous home in China and first came across Czar at a special Royal Chow Dog Show.

Not surprisingly she said Czar struggled in the warmer months, with air conditioning being an essential requirement for the dog in their Docklands apartment.

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