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Pet’s Corner - October 2016

29 Sep 2016

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Dynamic double act

By Rhianna Busler

The terrible twosome Giulio and Bear might not be related but they’re brother and sister at heart.

The Teacup Pomeranians are hard to tell apart but owner Oriana knows them like the back of her hand.  

“I’ve pretty much had them all of their lives. I’ve had Bear the longest. She’s almost three years old and Giulio is one,” Oriana said.

Oriana moved to Docklands from her Port Melbourne home this time last year and couldn’t be happier.

“I love the lifestyle that Docklands offers. Its locality is key because it’s central to everything,” Oriana said.

The two fluffy pups are full of energy and love their daily walks.

“I usually take them out in the morning before I go to work. They get scared with loud noises and don’t really like the busyness of the CBD streets so Docklands is perfect,” Oriana said.

Even though Bear and Giulio are the ideal apartment-sized dogs, they’re full of energy and are always bouncing around the house.

“I think people would be pleasantly surprised with how peaceful and quiet Docklands is. I love walking the dogs along Harbour Esplanade and NewQuay,” Oriana said.  

Describing the two pups as affectionate, energetic and loyal, Oriana said: “Docklands is a very animal friendly suburb. I’m always finding myself smiling at other dog owners and it’s nice because there’s quite a few of us.”

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