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Unwanted greyhounds are being drained of their blood and then euthanised to help with the treatment of others, in the latest disturbing claims to hit the sport. Last month, 7.30 exposed widespread doping and allegations of animal cruelty within the
Greyhounds race down the straightaway at the Naples-Fort Myers Greyhound Track on Friday, April 1, 2011, in Bonita Springs. Legislation currently being considered in Tallahassee would no longer require the Naples-Fort Myers track, along with other
PT Larry, a two-year-old Italian greyhound (pictured above), went missing in San Francisco earlier this month after an Air Canada employee let the dog out of its crate. The dog's flight had been delayed by a day due to a mechanical problem. (Jutta
A Dubuque Greyhound Park veterinarian and his assistant have been suspended for four months, starting next racing season. The Dubuque Telegraph Herald reports (http://bit.ly/17ULGt9) that the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission last week ordered the
Greyhound racing industry denies claims of widespread animal doping Updated October 16, 2013 14:12:53 The greyhound racing industry says there is no evidence that around 80 per cent of trainers are seeking to dope their dogs. The claim by trainer
The use of performance-enhancing drugs appears to be common in Australian greyhound racing, the Australian Broadcasting Corp. reports. An investigation by the broadcaster's current affairs program "7.30" also found evidence of cruelty to the dogs in
Golden Knights looking to protect perfect record The South Beauregard Golden Knights are looking to make it a perfect 3-0 this week, as they travel to Welsh to face they Greyhounds Friday night at 7 p.m. at Greyhound Stadium. '+$('#art-byline-hide').
R.I. (AP) An 82-year-old woman and her greyhound were mauled by a neighbor's pit bull mix, leaving the pet dog critically injured. The greyhound named Lady underwent a third round of surgery Monday after she and Wanda Misiaszek were attacked.
Liberty Township Ohio. The Ohio State Patrol reports a Greyhound bus drove off an interstate highway in southwest Ohio early Saturday. The bus hit a tree and a fence before it landed on its side before it slid to a stop in a
NSW each year amid claims other racing dogs are being fed performance-enhancing drugs. There are also reports of some trainers keeping dogs in tiny pens and withholding food to maintain their race weight, NSW Greens MP John Kaye says. "The widespread