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No simple way of predicting breathing difficulties in pugs, French bulldogs and bulldogs from external features

10:00 EDT 1 Aug 2017 | Physorg.COM

As many as a half of all short-nosed dogs such as pugs, French bulldogs and bulldogs experience breathing difficulties related to their facial structure. However, research published today by the University of Cambridge suggests that there is no way to accurately predict from visible features whether an apparently healthy pug or French bulldog will go on to develop breathing difficulties.

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