Bulldogs have been the victim of severely poor treatment at the hands of breeders. While many breeds of dogs are suffering problems of inbreeding, the bulldog has seen some of the worst consequences of poor breeding practices through history. Inbreeding has led to many health problems–they are severe, shorten the life of the dog, and are so costly that many end up in shelters and euthanized. This is in no way humane.
This is not to say that all breeders are bad. There are breeders out there making huge efforts to help the breed. But there are also a lot of bad breeders out there. Those breeders need to be educated, and if they still refuse to acknowledge the problem and take steps to fix it, they should not be allowed to continue breeding bulldogs. There must be consequences.
This is also not to say that bad breeding practices are only happening to bulldogs. The problem is just particularly egregious in this breed. However, safeguards that are put in place to monitor, educate, and discipline breeders can easily be extended to address these same problems when they afflict other breeds.
If you were able to read these three paragraphs without screaming in outrage #AllDogsMatter or #BreedersMatter . . . if you were able to see why that would actually be a silly response, then you should also be able to understand the #BlackLivesMatter movement without having to decry in response that #AllLivesMatter or #BlueLivesMatter.