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Best Answer:� 1. You couldn't have had her tail docked when you got her anyways.
2. Boston Terrier tails ARE NOT DOCKED. They are natural bobtails even though they do not carry the C189G mutation
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The Boston Terrier breed originated around 1870, when Robert C. Hooper of Boston purchased a dog known as Hooper's Judge, who was of a Bull and Terrier type lineage. Judge's specific lineage is unknown; however, Hooper's Judge is either directly related to the original Bull and Terrier breeds of the 18th and early 19th centuries, or Judge is the result of modern English Bulldogs being crossed...
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Are Schnauzers Born With Tails? - Pets
Are Schnauzers Born With Tails?
by Jo Chester
With or without a tail, the schnauzer is an athletic dog.
Three breeds of schnauzers currently exist. The miniature schnauzer is the most popular of the three. Although they are all born with tails, all three breeds are traditionally shown with their tails docked. For this reason, most puppies from hobby/show breeders have their tails docked within...
Dogs That Changed The World | Selective Breeding Problems ...
In the same way that inbreeding among human populations can increase the frequency of normally rare genes that cause diseases, the selective breeding that created the hundreds of modern dog breeds has put purebred dogs at risk for a large number of health problems, affecting both body and behavior.
Some conditions are directly related to the features breeders have sought to perpetuate among their...