For Dog Sake
is now helping RockHaven raise your RockHaven Puppy on Abady Dog Food!
I am very excited about this collaboration, as it helps reinforce our commitment to ALL of our puppy-clients that your puppy has the BEST foundation here at RockHaven~
Based out of Chicago, they ship Nationwide.
I have found that Abady dog foods have provided the best foundation for a growing cane corso. The food is on the pricey side, but RockHaven strongly encourages all our puppy owner to feed Abady for at least the first year while the pups are growing so much. It provides the necessary proteins and fats required for joint growth the keep up with bone growth and safeguards against bloat/torsion due to it's ingredients. It will keep the puppy's weight distributed properly as well. For those who feed a "raw" diet, you will find the price comparable, but the nutrition more complete. (You can find negative reviews of Abady at a couple of on-line dog food reviews... but look carefully, and you will see that the few nay-sayers have never fed their dogs this food.) My personal experience with this food is balanced & toned dogs. And in an unofficial correlation, I find that my veterinary bills are less when the dogs are on this food.
We now have partnerships with a few select vendors! By clicking on these links you have access to various promotions and coupons:
The best design, by far, for the females' heat cyles. Look into the "thong" pants.
Here you can find all the medicines, shots, wormers, and stainless steel dishes at the best prices.
When my dogs are full grown, they graduate and "earn" their very nice Quillin dog collar. These are hand made out of horse tack leather, with a nice brass plate for name & contact information. They will last years!
The best price I have found on nice leather leashes for training, daily use, or showing. I like the 4 foot and 2 foot 3/4" leashes, and the 30" braided leashed.
This site has great prices on nylon collars, stainless steel dishes & buckets, raised eating bowls, dog beds, dog toys, choke collars, etc.
If you are going to raise a corso, you need to have a Herm Sprenger prong collar like this. These look more severe, but they are MUCH more humane than standard choke collars which can cause esphogeal damage over time. With a quick correction, the dogs gets the "picture" and responds with much less force.
Good site for harnesses, training collars & leashes. The only downside is the items are shipped from overseas (Isreal) and you may have to go pick up your box at the post office.
L Bar M Ranch Kennels are GREAT!! They are hand made locally in the USA, just across town from me. , They offer free shipping nationwide! I have the 12' x 12' kennels with roofs. They are modular and assemble with pipe clamps, similar to horse corrals. Call Mike, he owns the place, and he himself has 2 cane corsos.
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These guys make the best supplements for dogs.. period. Try the NEWF Warrior Mix with your Abady food and see the results! I also like the Digestive aids in times of stress, or the PhytoFlex for extra joint support.
Carol hand makes rope tack for horses and collars and leashes for dogs. (Those of you in the "horse world" know how a nice horse lead makes an even better big dog leash!) Have her custom make you any color! I also prototyped a really great slip/choke collar out of rope. It's great to just slip over the head in a flash and go on your way.
Great Products you can get at various vendors, therefore I have not linked them.
(but word to the wise, Amazon carries them!)