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Pets Corner

12 Aug 2015

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Bhakti is only 12 weeks old, but keen to explore the big world around her.

The German shorthaired pointer was out on a walk with her owner Hannah Campos in Alexandra Gardens.  

“She’s still a baby and she’s super inquisitive,” Hannah said. “She’s been really good with meeting new dogs and new people.”

Bhakti has already mastered her basic training, learning how to sit and drop.

“She’s a really calm and happy dog, so training has been easy,” Hannah said. “She also sleeps all though the night now. She’s a perfect puppy.”

Bhakti’s tranquil demeanor could be credited to her name, which means “devotion” in the ancient Hindu and Buddhist language of Sanskrit.

Bhakti, her mother, and the eight other puppies of her litter were rescued from a puppy breeder by an organisation called Homeless Hounds, where Hannah then adopted her.

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