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PETstock’s Pets Corner - March 2011

01 Mar 2011

PETstock’s Pets Corner - March 2011 Image

Oaky the five-year-old Maltese shih-tzu cross is a real NewQuay local.
Peter Fotiadis first brought Oaky home to
his Sant Elia apartment as a tiny puppy and the feisty little dog has been ruling the roost ever since.
Oaky goes for walkies twice a day, which isn’t exactly a chore for Peter.
“If you don’t have a dog in Docklands you don’t really socialise,” Peter said.
The dog likes to look out over NewQuay Promenade from his apartment during the day and stays in contact with friends.
“He is always calling out to his friends – both from upstairs and when he is on the ground,” Peter said.
Oaky, it seems, has a crush on Lulu, the Maltese cross Pomeranian we featured in last month’s Pets Corner.
“He’s a great admirer of Lulu,” Peter said.  “But Lulu’s brother Boubouki is very protective and there is plenty of growling when they get together.”
Peter has lived at NewQuay for six years and has witnessed plenty of changes in that time.
“I’d like Docklands to maintain it’s resident-friendly environment,” he said.  “The community is really strong because we all have so much in common.”

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