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Budweiser Clydesdales Can Preserve Their Tails

After mounting stress from animal rights teams akin to PETA, American beer large Anheuser-Busch have stopped docking the tails of its iconic Clydesdales.

The corporate behind Budweiser issued a press release that learn partially, “the follow of equine tail docking was discontinued earlier this 12 months.” The corporate had been underneath hearth for the follow, which primarily amputates the decrease bony portion of the tail in order that it gained’t intrude with the harness or wagon. “Docking” goes again centuries and throughout different breeds of horses, however the well-known Clydesdales, lengthy a fan favorite for his or her heartwarming appearances in Tremendous Bowl commercials, will now be spared.

Along with the ache of such a process, docking additionally stops horses from having the ability to flick away flies and different bugs, and speaking with one another. The brewery model made the announcement final week and the mainstream press shortly galloped away with the story.

Based on the firm’s web site, the Clydesdales made their debut in 1933 when two six-horse groups pulled beer wagons by means of the streets of New York to mark the top of Prohibition. At the moment, a workforce of eight horses pull the wagon in appearances round america. Because the Nineteen Fifties, Dalmatians have traveled with the Budweiser Clydesdales hitch, proudly perched atop the wagon subsequent to the motive force.

Including to the corporate’s new pro-animal bona fides is official recognition from the American Humane Society, which issued this assertion on the identical day that Budweiser introduced its ban on tail docking. “At present introduced the certification of the enduring Budweiser Clydesdales and Dalmatians of Anheuser-Busch. The excellence of American Humane Licensed™ identifies that Anheuser-Busch has met American Humane’s complete, science-based requirements for animal welfare and humane remedy of animals.”

Horse lovers can now drink their Bud with out guilt.


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