Westminster dog show, do they really care?
An offspring of the double merle Wyndlair Avalanche has just won bob at their show. Wyndlair Avalanche is the product of a very high risk merle to merle mating that only produced a singleton pup being Avalanche who is for the best part blind & quite possible death too. He is genetically flawed & in the words of a breeder who used him basically blind & deaf with shocking movement, her litter to him produced 4 pups. 2 of these pups have eye problems but that's Ok in her eyes as they did get 1 wonderful merle b#tch pup to go on with!!!!!
So should dog shows allow the offspring of disabled dogs through genetic malfunctions to compete bearing in mind that when they win it will cause more breeding's to Avalanche & his get?
Any breeding done that has an outcome of 25% sight affected offspring is just plain wrong, how can you not see this? 1 breeding done by him produced 50% sight affected offspring now that just is not good breeding in my honest opinion. It's breeding for color alone which leads into a whole load of mess.