The English Sheepdog, or Bobel, in Britain
Native English Sheepdog, O Cut tail, Recognizable for its abundant White and brown hair, he’s in danger of extinction In The uk, It warned on Monday Kennel Club, Important Dog Protection Association by country.
The association said on its website, English Sheepdog, one of Britain’s most recognized dogs, has been deemed unsafe for the first time.
He specified that this breed had “Annual registration less than 300 From Puppies And they are in Danger of disappearing On our roads ”.
Only 227 bobble puppies were registered in 2020, the lowest number in 60 years.
In the past, the breed fueled its heyday by an advertisement for the Dualux Paint brand.
Even The Beatles dedicated a song to him in 1968, ‘Martha My Dear’, which Paul McCartney wrote to his dog.
The English Shepherd topped in 1979 with around 6,000 registrations, making them the ninth most popular breed in the country.
According to the Kennel Club spokesman, Bill Lambert, the loss of their popularity can be explained by “lifestyle changes”, as these dogs “require a lot of care and exercise, which are not suited to small spaces.”
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