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Pet’s Corner -  October 2014

02 Oct 2014

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Welcome to Docklands, Tyson

Thirteen-year-old poodle Tyson is one of Docklands’ newest canine residents.

Tyson moved to Docklands with owners Shane and Denise Juegan around two months ago and is settling in well.

“He’s adapted really well, he loves it,” Shane said.

Having previously lived in a townhouse with a courtyard, Tyson was used to living without a big backyard so apartment living hasn’t been too much of a change.

“He’s got his doggy door in the apartment and he’s taken to that pretty quickly so he’s in and out from the balcony,” Shane said.

Shane said Tyson was very well trained, very obedient and very smart, as is the nature of his breed.

“He likes to talk to us and barks to say yes.”

And according to Denise, Tyson knows when bedtime is.

“He drags the PJs out from under the pillow at 9 o’clock, although he is getting a bit confused sometimes as he gets older.”

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