Rottweiler Running In Slow Motion
In this video we meet Rottweiler Capone, who is running in slow motion.
Not only is slow motion fun to watch, but it is also useful when analyzing the structural development of the dogs. It is much easier to see any abnormalities in slow motion than full speed. When you know that something is off, you can attempt to fix it with nutrition or physical therapy, such as chiropractic adjustment.
If you want your dog to grow up healthy and remain active for a long time, please make sure to watch a video about Secrets of Dog Food.
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