Extreme horse breeding leaves animals looking like cartoons, warn vets 

The Telegraph | 10/13/2017 | Sarah Knapton,
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The trend of breeding animals to make them more attractive even when it damages their health has spread to horses, vets are warning, after a stable released images showing a ‘cartoon-like’ colt.

Extreme breeding practices have already left animals like French bulldogs and pugs struggling to breathe as their faces have become squashed over time to suit human demands.

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But vets believe that the worrying practice is now happening in horses after a US stud farm offered an Arabian Colt for...
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