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Theme attended at 3rd IDHW in Paris

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  1. Table of Contents: News & Highlights IPFD Contributors' YouTube Resources Helpful Hint Stay Informed!
  2. This document will serve as a compilation of different antimicrobial use resources from different countries around the world. This list is not exhaustive, and the purpose is to include a samples of guidelines from countries of both the first and third world origin. Countries are sorted alphabetically. We hope to keep developing this resource and welcome suggestions and submissions.
  3. Club du Bouledogue Français CBF ACTION FOR THE HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF THE FRENCH BULLDOG CURRENT SITUATION AND PROSPECTS See the article prepared for DogWellNet on the work of the French Bulldog Club for maintaining the health and well-being of the breed. This article was validated by the committee of the association at its meeting of November 27, 2016.
  4. The English Bulldog Club in France shares their breed management strategies with the DWN community. The role of a breed club and approaches to breed management for a popular dog breed are covered in this document. A 'state of mind' exists in among the members and leadership of the Club du Bulldog Anglais to ensure the breed's health and welfare are addressed. See below for a link to The Club du Bulldog Anglais Breed Management Strategy Overview. Our thanks goes to Hélène Denis, for sharing this information with the DWN community.
  5. 2016 News from The French Kennel Club... The SCC is proud to present the 5-generation pedigree In 2012 the work of the Breeding commission enabled the SCC to set up birth certificates and 3-generation pedigrees « enriched » with information about DNA (identification, parentage), selection rating, health and performances (breed standard compliance and work). In 2016 the SCC expanded upon the initial work done to 5-generation pedigrees containing even more key genealogical information.
  6. Given how important it is for puppy buyers and breeders to access information on dogs, coupled with the fact that dogs from France are exported to other countries where importers may not be familiar with how the SCC system works or how to decipher information on SCC's pedigrees, the English translation of SCC's article "The 5 Generation Pedigree" will likely be appreciated by many non-French speaking dog fanciers.
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