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Month of Carnage at Greyhound Track

Calls intensify for a ban on greyhound racing following the death of four (more) dogs. An international greyhound protection group has called for an end to greyhound racing at Swindon, after learning that four dogs were fatally injured while racing at the Blunsdon track last month.

On July 7th, Rackethall Kenny, age two, fell after he was involved in a pile
up with three other dogs on the second bend and, two days later, another two
year old, Swift Abel, fell at the same bend and was carried from the track with a serious leg injury.

Source: DogMagazine.net – the K9 Magazine blog

Month of Carnage at Greyhound Track

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