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Lifestyle : Everything Pets
1HERSA1 W001 Pamper your Pooch... at the Pier For bookings call 1 800 780 485 or email firstname.lastname@example.org A luxurious city escape 'on and over' the water awaits you and your canine at The Sebel Pier One Sydney. Just $245* per guestroom (Sunday - Thursday) or $295* per guestroom (Friday - Saturday) Plus $60* per doggie. *Your dog must be on a leash in public areas and enter/exit the hotel with you, via the pier. Rate is per night, paid in advance, subject to availability, some conditions apply. Valid until 31 August 2011. 11 Hickson Road, Walsh Bay www.sebelpierone.com.au managed by Mirvac Hotels & Resorts Mention the word 'DOG' when booking or enter the promotional code 'DOG' online and receive 10% discount off the advertised price! Experience our "star treatment" for domesticated canines of all ages, size and breeds. Our 'De Vil Pamper Package' includes overnight accommodation in a heritage guestroom with direct access to the pier, full buffet breakfast for 2 and bedding for your doggie chum. NATIONAL SPONSORS AG3565579AA-060311 SMARCH 6, 2011pet SPECIAL REPORT Friends for life Be honest and choose carefully, your dog or cat may be with you for decades to come. Happy together . . . Katrina Warren with her foster dog Riley. Photo: James Brickwood T hey're our best friends, our family and the ones who make us smile when nobody else can but there's also a serious side to living with a pet. ''It's important to remember pets may live for up to 20 years, so owning one is a huge commitment,'' said veterinarian and television personality Katrina Warren. ''You need to choose the right pet for your lifestyle so be realistic and honest when you consider how much time you really have to exercise, train and groom a pet.'' And if you're a true animal lover, why not think about helping those cats, dogs and others who don't have owners. Warren recently fostered golden retriever Riley (pictured) after he was found dumped at Griffith Pound. ''I am proud to be an ambassador for Animal Welfare League, NSW -- they have been caring for neglected and abandoned animals for more than 50 years,'' she said. ''They are always looking for people to adopt or foster pets to give them a second chance to find love.'' Take a look inside to see how you can best look after your pet and those animals in need.
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