Pet lovers in the UK are up in arms now that the Brexit vote has gone in favour to leave the European Union.
A Crufts spokesperson has released a press statement saying that German shepherds will no longer be permitted to be shown at their annual show.
“It would appear that French poodles, Bichon Frisé, Doberman Pinscher, and Great Danes are also in a similar situation.”
The spokesperson went on to say that “although there will be less breeds on show, any shortage would be made up with English dogs.
Therefore there will only be two classes of dogs in the future: the British Bulldog, and the Old English Sheepdog.”
Mrs Ponsonby-Smythe, one of the organisers at Crufts, said while drinking her tea and eating a Mr Kipling French Fancy “It’s a shame really, but that’s what the public wanted.”