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Why Purebred Dogs Are Sick, Miserable And Ugly

This week, the Westminster Kennel Club is hosting its popular annual dog show, where canines of all shapes and sizes get to strut their stuff in front of discerning judges. Seems like harmless fun, but many purebred dogs are, or soon will be, in poor physical health - the result of an emphasis on cosmetic, and not functional, physical characteristics. More »      
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