If we’re gonna talk about the health problems in flat-nosed breeds let’s also not ignore the issues in short-legged breeds like Corgi and Miniature Dachshund which suffer from arthritis and back problems due to the way they were bred. (Personally this is alarming to me because I now see a trend of “let’s breed the corgi with as many other dogs as possible to get stumpy corgi mixes!” I’m afraid people will inevitably ignore any health consequences it brings up for those dogs because they’re “just too cute!”)
In general many purebred dogs have a long history of health issues because they were bred for visual appeal instead of health… However I feel like I never see anyone go beyond the pug problem when addressing this.
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