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Exaggerations and Extremes in Dog - Conformation/Education and Communication - Åke Hedhammar 1.0.0

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 Åke Hedhammar's presentation from the 4th International Dog Health Workshop addresses management concerns of brachycephalic breeds... efforts to improve health / welfare...

  • How to change the perception of a desired dog in these breeds
  • How to implement changes in / interpretations of breed standards

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