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Pets Corner

27 Oct 2014

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Little Peaches was lapping up the sun with Cobe in Southbank over the school holidays.

No stranger to warm climates, Peaches was on a holiday with owner Karen from Queensland visiting family, and nephew Cobe was happy to show them both around Southbank.

“Peaches is on holidays from Brisbane!” said Karen. “Her sister Gracie is unwell at the vet today, but lucky Peaches gets to enjoy the holidays.”

This 14-month-old mini dachshund is very friendly, warmly welcoming pats from passers-by as she lazed about on the promenade.

“She is loving the attention,” said Karen as Peaches lay back receiving a belly rub from a stranger. “It must be tiring being the star!”

Peaches and the family were enjoying a sunny day of sightseeing in Melbourne. After a walk along Southbank, they were heading to Degraves St for a bite to eat at The Soup Place.  

According to Karen, Peaches is loving her trip to Melbourne.

“She is having a great time, especially with the seagulls. She keeps chasing them,” she said

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