HOW YOUR PUG CAN PARTICIPATE IN THE HEALTH SCHEME
ALL FORMS REQUIRED ARE AVAILABLE TO DOWNLOAD FROM THIS PAGE
The Scheme is open to everyone, you do not need to be a member of any Pug Club.
All Pugs must be K C Registered, Microchipped or have permanent tattoo identification and be over 12 months of age. The Scheme is administered by the NPDC.
All forms and paperwork for the Health Scheme are copyright to the NPDC and cannot be used or copied for any purpose other than the NPDC Health Scheme.
By participating in the Health Scheme you consent to the administrators of the Health Scheme using the data for its research which may include sharing anonymous data with the Kennel Club, Royal Veterinary College, or other Veterinary research teams. If you subsequently decide you wish to opt-out of future research please email us at email@example.com. Your privacy and consent to use your data are important to us. Your personal details will not be shared with a third party.
Breed Health Administrator
Ms Julia Ashton firstname.lastname@example.org
At this time the decision to breed from individual dogs remains with the owner and the knowledge obtained from participating in the Health Scheme taking into consideration the individual test results.
However vets recommend that –
Dogs that show any sign of suffering from BOAS should not be bred from.
Dogs that have received treatment for BOAS and can now breathe should not be bred from.
BOAS is an inherited condition and it may be passed on to any puppies that you breed.This means you may be responsible for producing pets that are likely to need significant costly veterinary treatment during their lifetime.
Dogs that have had spine( back or neck) problems should not be bred from.