BCA Statement on Bulldog Health
BCA Response to Faulty Data in UC Davis Health Study
AVMA Statement on Inherited Disorders in Responsible Breeding of Companion Animals
To maximize the health and welfare of companion animals, the AVMA supports research in genetic and inherited disorders to better educate the profession and breeders on identifying and minimizing inherited disorders in companion animal breeding programs. To assist with this, the AVMA encourages veterinarians to pursue continuing education in the emerging area of genetic disease in companion animals. The AVMA also encourages veterinarians to educate breeders, companion animal owners, and the public on the responsibilities involved with breeding and selecting companion animals.
The Bulldog Standard Change
The AKC approved changes to the Standard effective August 31st. Read the revised standard HERE. To understand the reasons and changes go to Just Ask AKC To Remove Non-Standard Colors. Also see the powerpoint presentation from the 2015 National Council meeting.
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