Talking Dog Lands Mouth Watering Deal with Gourmet Custom Petfood Company

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RedMoon Custom Pet Food Company has announced that it has hired Rex, the talking Boston terrier (animated), to an exclusive multi year-services contract as its first-ever official spokes dog.

The story of Rex became an Internet phenomenon earlier this year when it was revealed that the young Boston terrier (animated), who to that point had been a faithful and beloved pet, but otherwise a dog of little note, had suddenly developed the ability for human speech. In a fast-talking one and a half-minute video monologue that went viral on YouTube, the capricious canine unleashed a talent for linguistic legerdemain rivaling that of most humans, while extolling the virtues of his favorite pet food, RedMoon. Rex credits the custom pet food maker for his dramatic transformation.

Said Rex, “This food is so good, after eating it for a month I began to experience a change. Instead of simply howling my pleasure, I found I was able to express real satisfaction—I could even spell it out: R-E-D-M-O-O-N. So I sat my human down and got him to shoot a video on his handheld so I could tell the whole world what every dog and cat owner needs to know—'this stuff is supercharged’.” http://www.thedogrex.com

RedMoon is the first customizable high-quality pet food for cats and dogs. It uses all natural ingredients while avoiding fillers, chemicals and also grain, gluten, rice, corn and soy products that can lead to allergies, bloating and bad breath.

Notes Red Moon President and CEO Jason Bailey: “After years in the pet food industry, we knew that something was missing—the ability to customize high-quality pet foods to your dog or cat’s unique dietary needs. After a few years of development and only months of the product being available online, we are happy with how this new trend is catching on and how pet owners are realizing that there is a much better option for their pets. We are confident that with this food, dogs and cats will eat less, poop less, look and feel much better.”

RedMoon products can be customized to include supplements consisting of herbs, enzymes, vitamins and nutraceuticals, designed to boost immune systems, assist oral health, strengthen joints, revive coats and aid digestion.

RedMoon scientists note that they cannot guarantee that other canines and felines consuming their products will develop the power of speech; they believe that Rex’s transformation may be the result of a unique combination of several RedMoon supplements taken during a full moon and following a bite by a radioactive spider. However, they do assure owners that pets consuming their products will receive all other benefits advertised by RedMoon.

Meanwhile, when asked about the benefits of RedMoon for cats, Rex shrugged, questioning whether the world really needed or was ready for a talking “cat-astrophe”. However, the frank-speaking spokes dog did ultimately recommend the product to cat owners, conceding that it would be nice to “not have to deal with stinky cat farts” anymore http://www.thedogrex.com

The terms of Rex’s deal with RedMoon are undisclosed, but are rumored to involve free RedMoon pet food and unlimited supplements for a term of 99 (dog) years.

RedMoon has been involved in the pet food industry since 1996. Applying its expertise, and a philosophy of using no fillers, only harvest-fresh fruits, vegetables and real meat, RedMoon has spent more than 2 years developing its line of custom pet food products. Employing only fresh, functional and wholesome ingredients, RedMoon Custom pet food is the first custom petfood company that caters to the individual dietary needs of each pet. Their products have been released to the market and available online at http://www.redmoonpetfood.com since March 2010. RedMoon has cutting edge production facilities both in Canada and the United States and delivers its products free across North America.  http://www.thedogrex.com/media-kit

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