“with a high presence of cereal, such as corn, and vegetables. In two puppies and two adult dogs, nutrition was mainly vegetarian and only a few cases had a diet rich in animal protein.”
This PROVES they are lying!
There was no corn outside the Americans until about 500 years ago. Anywhere.
And nobody, and I mean NOBODY back then was stupid enough to try to sustain dogs on a vegetarian diet. It can’t be done.
Even IF it could, the dogs would have left and hunted for themselves.
This is more BS global warming, get rid of the cows and meat propaganda!
The “corn” might be a translation error. “Corn” can mean any grain that produces seeds in a head, such as wheat or sorghum.
In Europe, corn is wheat, barely, rye or oats.
There was no corn outside the Americans until about 500 years ago. Anywhere
The word corn in English predates the discovery of the new world. In The Canterbury Tales which was written prior to 1400 there are several mentions of corn. Corn was the word for grain, when maize was brought from the new world the word corn was also applied to it. In a U.K. supermarket what we call corn will usually be labeled maize.
Looks like that's been answered, but I'd just add that Julius Caesar worried about the corn supply for his troops. By and large, in Britain, corn EVEN TODAY refers to wheat. What we call corn, the British call maize. They also say aluminium, and "Rimsky-KorSAHkov".