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QUESTIONABLE PHENOTYPIC TRAITS IN THE ROTTWEILER


    Prof. Dr. Peter Friedrich covers recent F.C.I. breed standard revisions adopted to clarify functional aspects sought in the breed (including the complex of traits of concern in the head area) and comments on application of the JLPP test and other factors that impact genetic diversity, health and welfare of this breed.

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    pfreidrich-rot-phenotypic-article.pngSee the full article which offers information on valuable breed traits, comments on the "Redesigned Rottweilers with extreme characteristics..."  i.e. the impacts of trendiness supported by media and  human motivations to possess special, extravagant and innovative dogs. Prof. Dr. Peter Friedrich covers recent F.C.I. breed standard revisions adopted to clarify functional aspects sought in the breed (including the complex of traits of concern in the head area) and comments on application of the JLPP test and other factors that impact genetic diversity, health and welfare of this breed. A beautifully written, thought provoking article that provides not only insights into management of the Rottweiler breed  but serves to educate breed health managers and breeders for all breeds.

     

     

     

     

     


    For more information on the Rottweiler... ALSO SEE DWN's Rottweiler listing: https://dogwellnet.com/breeds/pedigreed/rottweiler-r68/

     



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