Chris Glick

Chris Glick

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Published: 20 July 2020

Posted by: Anonymous

My cane corso was born November 2015. We bought her from Chris Glick in January 2019 when she was 8 weeks old . When we went to get her they had her secluded in a cold basement alone . We never got to see the parents or siblings . The day after we got her home she started coughing . We took her to vet and she had kennel cough as to which she gave to my other dog . Then we had a problem with Round worms to which we had to do several rounds of medicine to get rid of . We never called the breeder as these are things common in new puppies coming from breeders . Then shortly after she turned a year we started having Gastro problems from food . Then a near death diagnosis of Addisonu2019s disease which needs daily and monthly meds, two torn knees which both needed tplo surgery, urinary incontenence. We have spent somewheres around $20,000 ( no exaggeration)just in medical bills for this dog in a year and a half . This doesnu2019t include the expensive food that she needs to eat or the meds we need to give her daily and monthly. This dog is a lemon . Not sure if she was over bred or what the case is but definitely riddled with medical issues that Iu2019m sure are genetic . I can only image what the next issue will be as she will just turn three in 2 weeks and hopefully we have a long time to go with her . I never called breeder as it was past the one year mark that the big issues started happening . I have paid more in medical bills for this dog then I have with any of my other dogs these last 23 years .I love this dog dearly and feel so bad that she has all these issues as she is a sweetheart that everyone loves , it is not fair this man is making a living off of breeding sick dogs who will suffer. As my vet constantly tells me my dog is lucky to have us as most people would have put her down even at the young age of two because they couldnu2019t afford her medical bills or she would have to suffer in pain . My fear is how many other poor dogs are not so lucky and this man lives off of doing this to these babies , and mean while taking an unsuspecting owned money .

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