26 Nov |
Posted by San Rocco Cane Corso |
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Feeding your Cane Corso often takes alot of time and effort if you want a healthy Dog that will live well past the lifetime of their 10 year expected lifespan.
I will give you an example of healthy eating. We have a 5 year old Rabbit that has never had health problems, she is a Dwarf rabbit that loves children. If you chat with most Rabbit owners they will tell you that their Rabbit only lived 1 or 2 years. The fact of the matter is “You are what you eat”! Our Rabbit has never had Rabbit pellets and lives on a diet of Organic greens and Carrots as well as Alfalfa daily. With that said, we are in a Country with tons of fat people eating tons of junk food. It is no wonder that Americans see Cancer popping up in Dogs like never before, since we feed our Dogs junk. When I was living in my last home in Brooklyn New York, I actually had a neighbor that was torturing their 15 year old poodle by giving it Chemo treatments twice per month. Can you imagine what we have come to as a society? We create many diseases then we want to treate them? The Dog would howl in pain for days after its treatment, to top it off the owner of the dog was a Human Doctor??? Just what are they teaching these so called experts in Medical School?…to Medicate of course… Anyrate …I will save that for another topic… Ok back to the Dogs.
A Cane Corso is considered to be one of the most ancient Dogs known to humans. This breed has been known by many names but one in particular is the Cane Di Macellaio. In Italian this means “Butcher Dog” or “Meat Market Dog”. They would help butchers transport meat to the slaughter prior to the modern equipment we have today. Are you going to tell me the dog was eating purina back then? What about the fact tht for thousands of years they have been used for hunting, were they eating corn with puppy chow? Ok, so times have changed so…does this mean dogs should be eating genetically modified corn as the first ingredient in their dog food? NO!!! well you can try it but I guarantee you will be paying alot in vet visits in years to come as your Dog battles chronic allergies as well as Cancers from the artificial ingredients they are eating.
In a nut shell I have made a short video to explain some treats that I give my Dog, I feel in the long run you will save alot of money in Vet bills spending more money now on better food….and isn’t your Dog worth it?
CIAO! – Stata Buona!
San Rocco Cane Corso
Here is another video on Feeding your cane corso, this video talks more about healthy store bought Dog food since we do not always have time to cook for our doggie friends.