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Cesar Milan’s pack leader, “Daddy” was one of a number of celebrity dogs that we lost in 2010. John Travolta, Kelly Osborne, Drew Barrymore, Rose McGowan, and others also lost canine companions in 2010.
Although most of these dogs lived a long, happy life, there were also unexpected tragedies as well.
People Pets has a slide show of a few celebrity dogs who are gone but not forgotten. View photos
Actress Drew Barrymore and her pup Flossie were spotted with Drew’s BFF, ex-personal assistant and current VP of her production company “Flower Films”, Chris Miller in Palm Springs, Memorial Day, May 25, 2009.
Drew and Chris stopped at Koffi cafe for an iced tea and a chat before heading out to a local dog park for Flossie to get her exercise. They’d been seen the day before leaving the King’s Highway restaurant at the Ace Hotel and Swim Club in Palm Springs.
Wonder if she’ll do something based in the desert? That would be fun!
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…but not her weight, her dog’s weight. According to Star magazine, Flossie, a yellow lab/chow mix that at one time, saved Drew’s life when her house caught on fire in 2001, has been gaining weight over the years.
She’s so concerned and willing to do anything to help Flossie’s health, she’s giving her an FDA approved drug for dogs to aid in weight loss called Slentrol.
The poster for Drew Barrymoreâ€™s next starring role has just been released. Yea!!!
In the September-due animated feature Beverly Hills Chihuahua, Drew voices the pampered, Southern California-bred pup, Chloe, who ends up lost in Mexico without any of the luxuries of a 90210 dog is used to.
During her time down south, she finds friends in a German Shepherd named Delgado, voiced by Andy Garcia and a doting Chihuahua named Papi, played by George Lopez, as she struggles to find her way home.
The movie will be released on September 26 and also stars Salma Hayek, Paul Rodriguez, Jamie Lee Curtis, Piper Perabo, Cheech Marin and Edward James Olmos.