June 9th 2011 9:40 am
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Bradley Cooper appeared wild and extremely hung-over with a chain-smokingmonkey in the newly released second popular comedy, the Hangover II. On the set, wesee Cooper as a bit tipsy, but at home he is sober as can be, with dog Charlotte keepinghim very preoccupied. Cooper is doing everything possible to keep his pet satisfiedand pampered. He treats Charlotte, his chow retriever mix, to Hollywood spa days,aromatherapy baths, massages and ‘pawnicures.’ We can tell that Cooper is clearly abig animal lover. Does this inner love translate into his lady skills?
“The mutt man is a worldly Renaissance man! He’s a smart smooth operator, alovable homebody and an athlete with a curious mind. Mr. Mutt can feel scattered and ungrounded at times, but that just means he is interesting and exciting..”
How can you tell all that from a man who loves his pet? Dive into the ultimatedating guidebook “What a Lucky Dog.” You will identify with your man and boost yourdating life! Wendy Diamond, the leading Pet Lifestyle expert, is able to guide you inunderstanding men through their dogs. Find out what’s behind your man’s personality, by reading this fun, witty, and enlightening bestseller “What a Lucky Dog! -How tounderstand Men through their dogs.”
When it comes to his dogs, we see Bradley’s lovable attitude and caringpersonality shine through. Last year Cooper lost one of his dogs Samson. He was 15years old, and a German shorthaired pointer who Cooper rescued years ago. Cooperwas devastated. To honor his beloved dog, he now has dedicated a beautiful giantphotograph of Samson in his home.
Let’s give Mr. Cooper two thumbs and twelve paws up for his genuine dog dadskills! Although precious Samson will never be replaced, Cooper just mightfather another fortunate pup very soon! So get ready, not just for Bradley’s bigheart, hunky looks and successful acting, but for another addition into his life! This allcomes in one big magnificent package, what could any other women ask for?
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