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  1. "The health and well-being of dogs are important goals in the Kennel Club's activities. Dog breeders and dog owners can promote them by utilizing information from veterinarians, researchers and other experts. There are also many tools to promote the health of dogs, such as health research and information on the heredity of dogs' health problems." Further information can be found at: https://www.kennelliitto.fi/koiran-kasvatus-ja-terveys
  2. Breeder Education Learning Resources A range of insightful films presented by experts in the field of health and welfare share their knowledge and advice on pre-breeding considerations.
  3. Antimicrobial resistant infections can be lethal to immunocompromised dogs such as puppies and seniors. It is important that we use antimicrobials properly. The purpose of this article is to: Provide strategies to help prevent development of resistant infections while keeping your dog’s health as the number one priority. Highlight special considerations organized by life stages of the dog - from breeding and whelping to puppyhood to senior years. Let's not be breeding super bugs when we are breeding dogs!
  4. Breed Standards are valuable tools for defining, maintaining and preserving purebred dog breed's distinct type and purpose. Interpretation of conformation points described by the language used in Breed Standards is much debated among serious breed fanciers and judges. Recently comments have been made regarding the need to review and change the Breed Standards for some breeds with the aim of clarifying 'ideal' characteristics described, particularly with a mind to the Breed Standard's wording and its relationship to breed health and welfare. Preservation of a breed's cherished qualities rides on breeders' understanding and interpretation of the breed standard and real world application of choosing mating pairs likely to produce offspring that favorably 'measure up' to the ideal specimen described in the Breed Standard - including producing a dog fit for purpose and function.
  5. New knowledge emphasizing the importance and responsibility of the dog show judge. Link to an article by Dr. Gören Bodegård in Dog World, UK: http://www.dogworld.co.uk/product.php/3193/1/the_brachycephalic_syndrome_by_dr_g%C3%B6ran_bodeg%C3%A5rd,_md. The Brachycephalic-Syndrome-Hedhammar-and-Bodegard.pdf
  6. Involved in a dog club for your breed? Calling All Dog Breed and Breeding Experts Want to share information on your breed?
  7. Kennel Clubs provide resources to help educate breeders. Here we feature links to our Partner's breeder education tools and seminars.
  8. Dr. Anne Posthoff, the president of the German International Club for French Bulldogs, explains why the rules for breeding French Bulldogs in Germany are amongst the strictest in the world.
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