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Pets Corner

31 May 2016

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By Ellen Hill

These cute, fluffy friends have so much energy they could barely contain themselves long enough to pose for a photo.

We bumped into Lulu, 6, and Poochie, 10, on their morning walk to Ron Barassi Snr Park with their owner Alex.

The two little dogs scurry along in a blur, sniffing the air and weaving a knot in their leashes, clearly enjoying themselves immensely.

The trio are braving the cold on a blustery day in Docklands, enjoying a quick stroll along Harbour Esplanade before heading home to escape the gale.

Lulu, a Maltese cross, and Poochie, a Maltese Terrier, are the best of friends according to Alex and they do everything together, especially if there are treats up for grabs.

“They love to go on walks, along the harbour and down to the park,” Alex says. “The only thing they love more is probably treats, or cuddles.”

Alex, who is not working at the moment, said the pair were great company for him at home.

“I would be so bored without them, they are just so much fun and they have so much energy,” he said.

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