Yes, I think the ridge is the primary distinguishing characteristic of the breed and should continue to be preserved. The ridge is an attention getter and brings focus to the breed. How many times have I been approached when walking Roo by people asking about his ridge. At least dozens...maybe hundreds. However, that does not mean that ridgeless pups should be culled.
I admit that I may not have selected Roo from his litter had he been ridgeless. However, now, I love him for who he is and I would not love him any less if he happened to not have his ridge.
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