Common Sense

As a breeder of Lucas Terriers (they sometimes go to working homes but most go to country homes where catching the odd rabbit is common place). I would like to propose that good old fashioned common sense comes back into force, and that those dogs who have a tail that curls up and over their backs if allowed to grow are put on a list of breeds that should be allowed to have their tails removed at 2 days old (no pain involved in this proceedure).  Imagine the terrible pain and fear of getting stuck down a rabbit hole unable to back up because the tail is in the way. 

Why is this idea important?

As a breeder of Lucas Terriers (they sometimes go to working homes but most go to country homes where catching the odd rabbit is common place). I would like to propose that good old fashioned common sense comes back into force, and that those dogs who have a tail that curls up and over their backs if allowed to grow are put on a list of breeds that should be allowed to have their tails removed at 2 days old (no pain involved in this proceedure).  Imagine the terrible pain and fear of getting stuck down a rabbit hole unable to back up because the tail is in the way.