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Pets Corner

09 Jun 2016

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A home dog

Four-year-old golden retriever Mika is described as being somewhat of a goof and a couch potato.  

According to his owner Uli, Mika loves his Southbank home so much so that he has reserved his own permanent place on the couch.

“He’s goofy as hell and gentle as hell but he likes to act like a bit of a tough dog sometimes but he couldn’t hurt a fly,” he said.

“He loves the apartment lifestyle and he’s definitely a home dog. He doesn’t have a lot of energy so he just likes to chill and watch people.”

Uli said Mika also loved going for walks and sitting underneath his favourite tree during the summer at Boyd Park.

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