Animal advocates fume as NSW government blocks breeding BAN on flat-faced dogs like French Bulldogs


Animal rights advocates are fuming after an attempt to introduce a ban on breeding ‘flat-faced’ dogs, including French Bulldogs, boxers and Shih Tzus, was blocked.

A motion by Animal Justice party MP Emma Hurst to introduce a ban on the dogs, which often suffer severe health issues and cost unwitting owners thousands in medical costs, was blocked by the NSW government in parliament.

Other breeds likely to be targeted by a possible ban will include King Charles spaniels, pugs, Boston…



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