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Carrie the Cavoodle

July 17, 2019 1 min read

Character Trait: Smart, Affectionate, Loyal Friend, and Loves To Be Groomed

Carrie is a true New Yorker. She loves taking walks through Central Park, nibbling on treats and sipping on water with her inseparable friends Chloe, Ollie and Sid.

When Chloe reveals that she will be moving out of Manhattan to Brooklyn, Carrie is devastated.

Ollie and Sid rallied around Carrie, reassuring her that the inseparable bond among the four of them would never change.

Carrie wanted to be excited for Chloe, but with Chloe gone, who would she be sharing park time and grooming sessions with?

Despite the circumstances, Carrie wanted to be supportive and loyal to her friend. She decided to throw Chloe a fabulous farewell party. She visited her favourite groomer in the Upper East Side to get ready for a memorable night.

The party was a success, and Chloe was moved by Carrie's show of affection. Ollie and Sid were right - they visit Chloe in Brooklyn every other weekend, sharing bites and sips in a beautiful park across the river.

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Quentin the Quokka
Quentin the Quokka

July 17, 2019 1 min read

Character Trait: Happy, Sociable, and Never Shy or Scared

Quentin is quite the attention-grabber. His infectious smile, fun interactions and happy demeanor melt the hearts of all that come across him, especially humans.

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Kiki the Kiwi-For Me By Dee
Kiki the Kiwi

March 01, 2019 1 min read

Quick on her feet Kiki the Kiwi can out run anyone!
She is strong, grounded and independent! She may look shy but there is no getting past Kiki, with her acute sense of smell and long beak she will sniff anyone out!

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Triton the Tuatara-For Me By Dee
Triton the Tuatara

March 01, 2019 1 min read

Wise and distinguished, slow and majestic.
Triton the Tuatara is one of the oldest living reptiles in the world. With a life span of up to 100 years Triton is well respected amongst his peers.
Often sharing his tales from years of experience Triton is referred to as a guardian of knowledge.
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