Man's Best Friend, but are we their best friend?
Video from Norwegian Society for the Protection of Animals →
Breed Standards: A recipe for suffering?
A talk by Vet Emma Milne to Royal Veterinary College Students →
DBRG Symposium: 6th November 2022
Tackling Hereditary and Breed-related Skin Problems in Dogs →
Are you passionate about improving the health and welfare of dogs relating to breeding practices and want to play a crucial role in bringing about changes and reform? DBRG uses sound evidence to inform its activities which includes engaging with the dog breeding community; participating in the work of wider sector groups; and producing materials to help and advise the puppy buyers.
DBRG is looking for a committed, dynamic and hardworking person with excellent communication skills to take over the leadership of the charity from January 2023.
The role requires a significant time commitment on a voluntary basis but offers a real opportunity to make a difference to canine health and welfare.
More details can be found here: DBRG Leader Information
Please apply initially here using the contact form
Our Guide to Buying a Puppy
The Guide to Buying a Puppy shows you:
More Information for Puppy Buyers
"Good temperament and good health, including genetic health, must be the aim of all breeders and the expectation of all prospective puppy owners".
Towards Better Health
We promote a range of schemes and organisations that help puppy buyers and dog breeders alike to make informed choices about the health and welfare of their dogs.
Dog Breeding Reform Group Activities
Canadian Federation of Humane Societies