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My Buddy Monster Feels Super Healthy Thanks To Her New Mommy and FlexPet

Photo of Monster Elizabethan CollarIt is so great to have friends that also enjoy the creative writing process. I wanted to showcase one of my new BFFs (Best Furry Friends), Monster, who is feeling so much better since being adopted by her new mommy and given the Beverly Hills canine makeover. Unfortunately, this was not an outpatient cosmetic rejuvenation, as some major medical issues needed to be addressed. Fortunately, Monster is really feeling great now. Here is her ode to her joint supplement, FlexPet. My name is Monster, and I am a 10 year old Pomeranian...a very peppy Pomeranian at that! When my new mom found me, she constantly wondered why my name was Monster. All I did was sleep, eat chicken chips, and sleep some more....I truly acted like a senior citizen! After I had some teeth pulled and was spayed, I started FlexPet supplements, and I feel amazing! I chase the cats, attack my leash constantly, annihilate squeaky toys, and I run like the wind! I don't yelp when I get picked up anymore because I'm not all stiff and achy. I prefer chasing and terrorizing my cats to sleeping, and I'm finally helping Mom realize why I got the name in the first place. I feel and act like a 5 year old. Here's to my long and happy life! Thank you FlexPet! Photo of Monster Television You should also check out Monster's appearance with Paris Hilton (at least on the same webpage) in my dad's feature "EXCLUSIVE: What You Gotta Know About Driving Around With Your Pet" Thank you for reading my latest dog blog post. If you would like to have my next post (or my dad’s veterinary blog) emailed directly to you, please press the “Don’t Miss A Blog Post” button on this page OR follow this link. Please feel free to leave your comments or communicate with my dad and I via Twitter (@PatrickMahaney). Make sure to follow my adventures in veterinary medicine by friending Patrick Mahaney: Veterinarian Acupuncture Pain Management for Your Pets on Facebook. Copyright of this article (2011) is owned by Dr. Patrick Mahaney, Veterinarian and Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist. Republishing any portion of this article must first be authorized by Dr. Patrick Mahaney. Requests for republishing must be approved by Dr. Patrick Mahaney and received in written format.
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