Norway to decide if breeding of English Bulldogs and Cavalier King Charles Spaniels violates Norwegian law
The Norwegian Society for the Protection of Animals (NSPCA) works to stop the unethical breeding of pedigree dogs.
The wording of the Norwegian Animal Welfare Act is very strict. It is prohibited to pass on genes that influence the animals’ physical or mental health negatively, reduces the animals’ ability to practice natural behavior, or which evokes general ethical reactions.
The NSPA believes the breeding of both English Bulldogs and Cavalier King Charles Spaniels in Norway today does not meet the legal animal welfare criteria laid down in the Norwegian Animal Welfare Act of 2009.
The NSPCA announced its intention to bring test cases against the Norwegian KC, breeders, and two breed clubs for breeding dogs in a way that contravenes the Norwegian animal welfare law.
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