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Ear Cropping, Tail Docking and Breed Type

 

View cropped ears, docked tails, and breed type video, then COMMENT on how you feel about the procedure and about anti-crop/dock legislation.

 

The 1st video starts out slow but you can fast forward to view examples of actual tail damage to the happiest dogs...

 

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3 1/2 minutes

 

Association For The Preservation Of Purebred Dogs - Educational video on why tail docking, ear cropping and/or dewclaw removal is necessary in some breeds

5 1/2 minutes

 

Another excellent video addresses cropping and docking in a viewer friendly style.

under 2 minutes

 

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