‘Stop buying bulldogs’ appeals for protection after sick dogs eat.

An animal charity has called on the British to stop buying bulldogs after ten of them suffered serious health problems last week. Hope Rescue reports its “worst ever” use of sick dogs – all due to breeding issues.

The founders of the charity said they would support a complete ban on the controversial race if problems persisted. The center found two adults and eight puppies with a variety of reproductive diseases. Mirror reports.

It is responding to urgent requests from experts to stop buying flat-faced dogs. A spokesman for Hope Rescue said: “This week, we signed up with a local authority for our care after ten of the worst breeds of dogs seen in our 17-year history were caught on welfare grounds. Was

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“Two adults under the age of six months and eight young dogs brought a catalog of health problems, some of which we can fix but many of them will stay with them for the rest of their lives and this low welfare growth. Due to a combination of race and heredity, they include cherry eye, entropen, inverted cork screw tail, skin condition, excessive layers and wrinkles and most importantly, their legs, spine. Significant change issues with the bones and hips – before we start with their breathing problems. “

The charity says dog problems mean they will never live a normal life, making it harder for them to find a loving home. Owners said they were “sympathetic” to the growing call for a complete ban on breeding.

Hope Rescue has picked up eight English bulldog puppies and two adults with a list of health problems.
(Photo: Wales Online / Gail Marsh)

Vanessa Wooden, founder of Hope Rescue, said: “It’s hard for us not to sympathize with the call to ban races, especially after seeing the horrible state of this latest intake. If things don’t change, we will Will join the calls.

“It is important that buyers do not facilitate the breeding of brecciaphalic breeds with exaggerated characteristics and choose breeders who prioritize health over profit.

Hope Rescue, based in Llanharan, Wales, retrieved ten bulldogs on 14 June after being caught on welfare grounds by a local authority in Wales. The charity said there were many health problems for dogs as a result of low welfare breeding and hereditary breeding conditions.

Ten new dogs have already joined five other dogs in the charity’s care because poor breeding practices and low-income breeders prefer wealth to health. The charity says the dogs now need investigative tests, X-rays and surgery, which will cost Hope Rescue an estimated 20,000.

Sarah Rosser, Head of Welfare, said: “We are tough at Hip Rescue, but the hard-heartedness of our rescue has been healed by these dogs. It’s really hard for us to raise money right now because of the ongoing crisis of life. Yes, but if the people can help in any way, they can help us to pay our doctor’s fees, then we will be very grateful.

Just one day after the dogs were signed to Hope Rescue Care, the results of a new study by the Royal Veterinary College came out, suggesting that immediate action is needed. The college is urging the public to think twice before buying a flat-faced breed and to discourage the breeding and purchase of highly organized animals.

It states: “Sadly, many of the breed’s disturbing features, such as very flat face, deep facial skin and noisy breathing, are still considered by many to be ‘normal’ or even ‘desirable’.” Think of it as innovation – rather than big welfare issues. “

The results suggest that immediate action is needed to reduce the high incidence of high-grade health problems currently seen in English bulldogs if the future of this breed is to be saved. Hope Rescue said buyers must change their purchasing habits or risk enduring this generation’s lifetime of suffering.

For donations or for more information, visit Hope Rescue’s. Appeal Page

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