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Charlotte Rigby 9h
Hey ! We really don’t need to promote brachycephalic breeds on our knickers. have published fantastic guidelines on the use of animals in advertising and products.
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Jemima Harrison Jun 22
This Frenchie has just won *again* - at Blackpool champ show yesterday. This is now his 5th big win - 5 judges who've ignored his tragically pinched nostrils in favour of some breed point that over-rides the ability to breathe
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Jemima Harrison Jun 16
This Frenchie won his 4th Reserve CC t/day under judge Keith Nathan, a KC accredited trainer on conformation. 2 other judges, Toni Jopling + Irene Tribbeck, described the dog as having "open nostrils" in their critiques. Cd you have a word please?
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Emma Borkowski DVM Dipl ACVP Jun 19
gave a great presentation on anatomy and pathology of the larynx in Texel sheep this morning, complete with demo models! I've not seen laryngeal chondritis before, but maybe we should include Texels in ?
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Lottie Apr 17
Not impressed at all seeing using none other than a pug modelling their dog clothes. Of all the breeds you could have used you choose Brachycephalic when British vets are trying their best to help with the campaign! 😡😡
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Alan McElligott Mar 6
Each time I see a pic of a new flat-faced puppy on social media, I think of this:
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Jemima Harrison May 29
New rules in the Netherlands that require dogs to have a decent muzzle effectively outlaws the breeding of Pugs + other flat-faced breeds. Dutch Pug Club today announces the cessation of breeding.
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Mandy Ryan Jun 17
Replying to @guardian
Shame that you’ve used a pug to illustrate this: a flat faced breed known for eye and skin conditions and often life limiting breathing problems ☹️
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Michael Le Page Jun 20
It's not just pugs and bulldogs. Floppy eared rabbits have also been left turned into disease-ridden mutants by conventional breeding, says
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BVA Jun 22
Flat-faced dogs have a heightened risk of collapsing in hot weather. Their short muzzles can make breathing difficult, and therefore cooling down much harder. Please avoid walking them in the heat of the day See our summer care
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Kayleigh Charman RVN Mar 10
Suppose you can't please everyone.
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Sophie Prater Mar 8
Boxer best of breed at ... bit of a brachycephalic creep? Seems like the boxer muzzle is getting shorter and shorter
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Dr Rowena Packer Feb 23
All the more tragic when these two vital systems are so needlessly impaired by brachycephaly
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Kayleigh Charman RVN Jan 12
Browsing through Card Factory website and found every card featuring a dog was a pug! Do retail companies know there are more breeds out there?
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Ebony Rae Davidson Apr 25
Anipals I has had a little face lift and a dental! I’m rocking the and need to be hand fed everything... But is much better than my hair poking my eye and I dont need those wobbly teeth!
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Dr Judy Puddifoot MRCVS BVetMed MSc BSc 🏳️‍🌈 Jun 17
Can I please ask if he still condones ripping lamb's testicles off with his teeth with no anaesthetic or analgesia before backing him as an animal welfare advocate for the campaign? Much appreciated.
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fiona hussey Mar 3
One of the big problems faced when trying to resolve the issues created by breeding Brachycephalic dogs
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Freda Scott-Park Feb 20
Scottish Branch President Melissa thanks the MSPs for their support over vet matters incl the campaign. And there is no slaughter without stunning in Scotland
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Charlotte Rigby Dec 5
Hi , I noticed your use of a bulldog last night during advert breaks. The second picture is the British Veterinary Association's guidelines on how to responsibly use animals in advertising, in particular, the section relating to 'extreme characteristics'
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Jemima Harrison Mar 20
And now... surgery to help brachy cats breathe. All because us humans have bred a cat with a flat face because we think it's cute. Please, make this stop.
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