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[November 5 AFP] — in which British Queen Elizabeth’s (Queen Elizabeth II) (87)’s favorite dog species “Welch Caux Gee Pembroke (Pembroke Welsh Corgi)” may disappear.
The breeder association of the English kennel club (Kennel Club) announced.
As for the ? said dog species, a short leg and a shrill cry are the sheepdogs of the feature.
Good rareness and Queen Elizabeth herself have so far kept tens of animals in the royal family from the 1930s.
According to ?, however the kennel club, Welch Caux Gee Pembroke newly registered in Britain in 2013 is only 241 animals, and is placed on the list “requiring special attention” of the clubs.
furthermore, 300 animals are not likely to be reached from now on — it is said from things that a possibility of being classified into “the native species of extinction anxiety” by January, next year is high.
The conservative English paper Daily Telegraph (Daily Telegraph) blames reduction of the dog species noting that it is based on ? “断尾” prohibitive law which the front government led by the Labour Party introduced in 2007.
It is said that many breeders have stopped breeding noting that Caux Gee’s appearance has changed, since this law forbids the act which cuts off a part of tail of a dog.