I just wanted to share some of my cuteness with you. Mom Crystal already told you about all the stuff I did on the weekend (except she left out the parts where I played silly splashes in my water bucket and where I ate lettuce and carrots and beans from the garden.
I am a gorgeous german shepherd gal who was born with a fabulously bendy foot! Now, after surgery, I am a fab-tripod. Moms and I want you to read my stories, admire my cuteness, and learn about life with a bunny-hopping three-legger pup! There are lots of pups out there a little different than most. Some have three legs, some have two legs, some have scrunchy-dangly legs (like oh-so-gorgeous me), and some have paralyzed cart-wielding warrior legs. It's o.k. to be different!
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Jaida says: "Get insurance for your pets!
DO IT NOW!!! Insurance is important, even for fabulously bendy-footed and pneumonia-ey gals like me. It may not help in the short term, but it could spare you moms and dads from having to make hard choices about providing your fabulous furbabies the medical care they need."
Jaida's moms say: "A small investment in insurance every month can save you THOUSANDS of dollars in the event of an emergency or chronic illness. It's the best choice for your baby and your own peace of mind".