Shrimp, veal and quail eggs: Russians were outraged by the diet of one breeder's dogs
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Many dog breeders dote on their pets. They not only take care of them, but even pamper them. This is especially reflected in the dog's diet — some dogs eat better than humans. This can be said about four Cane Corso dogs and one Chihuahua, whose owner recently praised their menu. A video of dog feeding, published by a breeder of dogs in Tiktok, angered many users.
Recently, many owners of purebred dogs have abandoned the once fashionable branded feeds. They switched their pets to natural products. Dogs are given meat trimmings, kidneys, udders, stomachs and even fruits and vegetables. But the owner of the dogs from tiktok video went too far. She showed that she feeds her animals veal, shrimp and quail eggs.
The video with the dog meal caused a storm of indignation in the social network. Users accused the blogger of waste and inadequacy, and some even demanded to share the benefits. According to commentators, this elite food should have been given to the elderly or orphans in orphanages.
In addition to these delicacies, you can notice that the hostess also diversifies the dog's menu with fresh cottage cheese, vegetables and fruits. Commentators called the dog owner "overeager" and reminded that many pensioners do not even dream of such an abundance of delicacies.
Gourmet dogs that eat better than most Russians are well known among dog breeders. These are "aristocratic" animals with a rich pedigree and numerous awards from exhibitions, and not only Russian ones. It is possible that dogs deserve such feasts, but is it worth annoying people with such videos? What do you think about this?
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