My point, since it is again not seen, is that there is an ideal diet, and even if no one knows what it is, the equation holds that if one person can be vitally healthy and resist all disease, then ALL humans can. It only takes one example to prove it is possible.
I also did not say wild dogs never got sick. The diseases the domesticated dogs suffer from are not suffered by wild dogs. They do get injured... but as far as cancer and all those things, they just don't get them.
i'm not sure that i follow this logic. how does it account for congenital issues that cause illness?
are you really suggesting that every single human on the planet would benefit the same way from an "ideal" diet? i find this very curious...
i'm also confused by the assertion that domesticated and wild dogs suffer from different diseases. i can assure you that both types of dogs suffer from rabies in an equally devastating fashion.