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- Animal professionals shown to disagree with each other when assigning breed(s) to dogs of unknown parentage.
- Swedish study found no link between modern breeds and their traditional work
- NCRC Video Interview with Janis Bradley
- Maryland legislature unanimous in support of breed-neutral liability, divided over terms of bill to abrogate Tracey v Solesky ruling
- Study underscores that we can only learn what dogs are capable of from capable dogs.
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Title: 2013 Texas Unites for Animals Conference Location: Austin, TX Link out: Click here Description: Janis Bradley, author of Dog Bites: Problems & Solutions and The Relevance of Breed in Selecting a Companion Animal, will present on behalf of NCRC … Continue reading
Don Cleary, Director of Publiations and Communications, will present “Rethinking Pit Bulls” at the 2012 No Kill Conference. Continue reading
Title: APDT Webinar: The Relevance of Breed in Selecting a Companion Dog Location: APDT Webinar Link out: Click here Description: People often say, “they’re not like other dogs,” of their favorite breed. No one disputes selective breeding can influence behavior. … Continue reading