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  1. Oonce again J, I find myself nodding along with your points. I also am conflicted with Crufts ….. I dont see much of it but I watched a documentary here in Australia which showed a few of the breeding practices which result in deformity and neurological alternations. I was shocked to see a stronger larger breed that had always been a beautiful upright animal…. now looking like a train has run over its spinal cord and therefore resulting in a hunched / deformed back leg look! What?????????!!!!!!! Is this breed standard??? Do you not have eyes??? This (and other issues) are reasons I cannot get fully excited about Crufts either. I can fully understand your feelings too!

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