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Government Report Highlights Serious Problems With Pedigree Dog Breeding

Parliamentary Group Investigation Confirms Problems with Dog Breeding: Many pedigree dogs suffer serious health and welfare problems and more can be done to help them, according to a new all-party parliamentary group report published today

A Healthier Future For Pedigree Dogs, which highlights the problems the general public face when buying a puppy, makes a number of recommendations on how health and welfare can be improved, starting with good breeding practices such as more emphasis put on health screening, clear restrictions on the breeding of closely-related dogs and no dog being given the status of champion at a show unless it has been cleared for all potential diseases associated with that specific breed.

Source: – the K9 Magazine blog

Government Report Highlights Serious Problems With Pedigree Dog Breeding

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