Pedigree Dogs Exposed (BBC Documentary)

Exposing the acceptable CRIMES of inbreeding or line-breeding which are put in play by various Kennel Clubs and their imposed breed standards. People breed t…

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46 thoughts on “Pedigree Dogs Exposed (BBC Documentary)

  1. Does anyone know the song the woman on the piano is playing at 30:10 ?

  2. Regarding shelter dogs; Maybe now there is mostly pits and chihuahuas. Years ago I went to the pound to help someone find a dog and I was shocked to see purebred dogs. There were dalmations, german shepards, labs. Now there are breed specific animal rescue groups. So there is no excuse for going to a breeder if you want a pedigree dog. Im sorry but show standards are rediculous. It is unrealistic to set these standards. This is animal cruelty whether you want to believe it or not.

  3. Really?  Be careful what you wish for…You might not meet genetic standards and your lineage will stop with you.

  4. Give me a break…you aren’t going to find a show quality dog at a shelter. And even if you did, good luck getting a shelter to give the dog to you unaltered so you can actually show it! It’s also funny how you think a purebred at a shelter automatically means it came from a reputable show or working breeder…guess you forgot about the byb’s and puppy mills that are known to dump their unwanted “stock” at shelters.

  5. You have ZERO right telling others where to get a pet. If they are just looking for a pet and decide to go to a shelter, good for them! But if a parent isn’t willing to risk a dog with an unknown history around their kids, or if someone wishes to compete with their dog in shows or other dog sports and choose to go to a good breeder? Good for them too! Not everyone is willing to deal with the behavioral issues shelter dogs have, so I do not judge anyone for choosing what’s better for them. :)

  6. I now know who the first victim of my crazy new fascist regime’s policy of population pruning will be. All power to the flying spaghetti monster!

  7. Very nice, thanks for uploading a great quality version of this.

  8. However the large majority of everyday people are slowly KILLING their pet dogs. The junk dog food companies put into pet food induces cancer and tends to make most dogs pass away early. I came to understand the hard way when my dog passed away at 7. If you have a pet dog and you would like to save its life and highly-priced vet bills and be sure it lives for a longer time then you should pay attention to Double Life Dog Diet (Use Google.) I’m very grateful I did!

  9. not every shelter dog has issues. It is unfair of you to automatically assume they do. Plenty of good stable dogs get dumped at the shelter simply because their family decided they didn’t have time for them/got to big/cost too much

  10. breed specific rescues exist and some of the dogs come with pedigrees

  11. Did I say EVERY dog had problems? No, but some dogs are there for a reason…stupid owners not bothering to train their dog, or morons who abuse a dog to the point of aggression. My 2 shelter dogs have major resource guarding issues, and you have to literally chase them around the kitchen sometimes to get them to eat! My family is willing to deal with this, but many people want an “easy” pet that isn’t a hassle…which is why I can see people wanting a puppy with a “clean slate” so to speak.

  12. And I KNOW shelters and rescues do sometimes get papered dogs; it does not really matter when the dog is likely from a bad breeder, and therefore not show quality. Not to mention that a shelter or rescue IS NOT going to give you an unaltered animal so you can show it. Shelters and rescues are WONDERFUL for pets, but for people who want a show or working dog, or if someone just wants a puppy to raise without previous owner’s mistakes…they have every right to seek out a reputable breeder!

  13. “People want to do the right thing, but find themselves trapped in a system that rewards doing the wrong thing”. Might as well be a description for the entire world.

  14. This reminds me of that guy who inbred his chihuahuas so much he got a whole litter without front legs.

  15. Shouldn’t it just be dog, like the species name, not all of these breeds?

  16. A mutt doesn’t guarantee a healthy dog. The only way to know is to choose HEALTHY dog breeds, where the breeder always check their dogs before using them for breeding.

  17. Mutts aren’t bred with caution. They can be just as sick, even if it doesn’t show.

  18. sad they seriously cannot say the german shepherd should look so screwed up in the hind legs.

  19. A friend had a male collie, very undersized with freakishly small eyes and mentally handicapped (for a dog). Not trainable at all and prone to regular epileptic seizures. He was high strung, didn’t much like to play and much too nervous to be happy. He lived only to see his ninth birthday. This poor dog was the offspring of a pair of award winning collies that circuited dog shows.

  20. Really?  Be careful what you wish for…You might not meet genetic standards and your lineage will stop with you.

  21. Give me a break…you aren’t going to find a show quality dog at a shelter. And even if you did, good luck getting a shelter to give the dog to you unaltered so you can actually show it! It’s also funny how you think a purebred at a shelter automatically means it came from a reputable show or working breeder…guess you forgot about the byb’s and puppy mills that are known to dump their unwanted “stock” at shelters.

  22. You have ZERO right telling others where to get a pet. If they are just looking for a pet and decide to go to a shelter, good for them! But if a parent isn’t willing to risk a dog with an unknown history around their kids, or if someone wishes to compete with their dog in shows or other dog sports and choose to go to a good breeder? Good for them too! Not everyone is willing to deal with the behavioral issues shelter dogs have, so I do not judge anyone for choosing what’s better for them. :)

  23. I now know who the first victim of my crazy new fascist regime’s policy of population pruning will be. All power to the flying spaghetti monster!

  24. Very nice, thanks for uploading a great quality version of this.

  25. However the large majority of everyday people are slowly KILLING their pet dogs. The junk dog food companies put into pet food induces cancer and tends to make most dogs pass away early. I came to understand the hard way when my dog passed away at 7. If you have a pet dog and you would like to save its life and highly-priced vet bills and be sure it lives for a longer time then you should pay attention to Double Life Dog Diet (Use Google.) I’m very grateful I did!

  26. not every shelter dog has issues. It is unfair of you to automatically assume they do. Plenty of good stable dogs get dumped at the shelter simply because their family decided they didn’t have time for them/got to big/cost too much

  27. breed specific rescues exist and some of the dogs come with pedigrees

  28. Did I say EVERY dog had problems? No, but some dogs are there for a reason…stupid owners not bothering to train their dog, or morons who abuse a dog to the point of aggression. My 2 shelter dogs have major resource guarding issues, and you have to literally chase them around the kitchen sometimes to get them to eat! My family is willing to deal with this, but many people want an “easy” pet that isn’t a hassle…which is why I can see people wanting a puppy with a “clean slate” so to speak.

  29. And I KNOW shelters and rescues do sometimes get papered dogs; it does not really matter when the dog is likely from a bad breeder, and therefore not show quality. Not to mention that a shelter or rescue IS NOT going to give you an unaltered animal so you can show it. Shelters and rescues are WONDERFUL for pets, but for people who want a show or working dog, or if someone just wants a puppy to raise without previous owner’s mistakes…they have every right to seek out a reputable breeder!

  30. “People want to do the right thing, but find themselves trapped in a system that rewards doing the wrong thing”. Might as well be a description for the entire world.

  31. This reminds me of that guy who inbred his chihuahuas so much he got a whole litter without front legs.

  32. Shouldn’t it just be dog, like the species name, not all of these breeds?

  33. A mutt doesn’t guarantee a healthy dog. The only way to know is to choose HEALTHY dog breeds, where the breeder always check their dogs before using them for breeding.

  34. Mutts aren’t bred with caution. They can be just as sick, even if it doesn’t show.

  35. sad they seriously cannot say the german shepherd should look so screwed up in the hind legs.

  36. A friend had a male collie, very undersized with freakishly small eyes and mentally handicapped (for a dog). Not trainable at all and prone to regular epileptic seizures. He was high strung, didn’t much like to play and much too nervous to be happy. He lived only to see his ninth birthday. This poor dog was the offspring of a pair of award winning collies that circuited dog shows.

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