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There is much to ponder when considering breeding dog ethical questions including: There is always another perspective to hear and side to discuss related to welfare and ethics. Although there is a middle ground, those with the loudest voice and most extreme views appear to influence the breeding dog debate. Veterinarians seem to be under-represented in this public forum. Exploring options: One Welfare’s Brachycephalic Dog Scenario highlights some of the health challenges associated with breeding brachycephalic dogs. It portrays a situation that veterinarians in small animal practice face — advising a client on surgical correction of anatomic abnormalities of brachycephalic breeds — elongated soft palate, stenotic nares, a hypoplastic trachea, and everted laryngeal saccules.
One Welfare is a collaborative effort of veterinary schools in Australia and New Zealand to engage the veterinary community in animal welfare discourse. Using a scenario-based teaching module, One Welfare introduces different ways of thinking about welfare and investigates how personal bias impacts these dialogues.