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The life of a racing greyhound is filled with misery. The dogs are bred to be fast, so puppies that are born and deemed “unfit” to race are culled or sold off into horrific circumstances. The dogs that do survive to become races can be kenneled for 23 hours a day, and muzzled continuously rather than trained. A new tracking technology will be implemented in Victoria’s greyhound racing communities in order to protect dogs from being illegally exported or euthanised. While any piece of legislation that protects greyhounds is a good one, this simply is not enough. Greyhound racing is synonymous with abuse. It is time for the toxic tradition to be banned altogether! Please sign this petition now to tell Daniel Andrews, Gayle Tierney, and Anthony Carbines: work together to finally end greyhound racing for good!

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Not Your by Tiny Rescue: Animal Collection

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