tail docking

We own six rotties and it was, before April 2007, Kennel Club breed standard that their tails were docked.  We now have two rottweilers with tails.  Their tails are quite long and their have been many times I have nearly trodden on their tails..  God forbid that I ever do and cause them an injury.  I am given to understand that once a tail sustains an injury, it usually has to be amputated.  What about the high possibility of a tail being caught in a door!!  Legalise tail docking. 

Why does this idea matter?

Because it could save many a dog from a painful injury resulting in the tail being amputated.

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