BRACYFECALA RASENS HÄLSOPROBLEM.
Strategier och uttalanden efter brakycefalkonferensen
Information om kommande brakycefalkongress för veterinärer
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bracky konferens för uppfödare 2016:
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IPFD / DodWellNet
In this section we will post links to ongoing efforts to address health and welfare in brachycephalic breeds by IPFD Partners and other stakeholders. We will include material to support international collaborations
Statements and proposals By the Nordic Kennel Clubs
Health problems in short nosed breeds
12 May 2017 Brachycephalic obstructive airway syndrome, BOAS, is a syndrome which can cause health problems in brachycephalic, or short nosed, dog breeds. A Nordic working group recently released a report with a list of proposed actions againt BOAS.
The Working group was appointed by the Nordic kennel clubs to propose statements and actions to be taken to improve health and welfare for dogs affected by BOAS.
It aims to review the current situation, suggest steps to rectify the effects of BOAS and propose ways forward.
You can find the full report via the link below.
Statements and proposals regarding respiratory health in brachycephalic dogs - report from the working group