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05.07.2016

Ireland is still destroying hundreds of healthy greyhounds every year. A total of 203 from 366 unwanted greyhounds handed over to Irish pounds were destroyed in 2015 – deemed of no further use. Yet the IGB have recently awarded €250,000 per year to greyhound breeders as an incentive to breed […]

20.06.2016

Carnage at Crayford – again! According to information received – at least 2 dogs were destroyed by the track’s vet on Saturday June 18th. Millers Rhythm a 22 month old black puppy in his first ever race was crowded at the first bend and then broke down shortly afterwards. Get […]

15.05.2016

Gabrielle Monaghan May 15 2016, 12:01am,  The Sunday Times The Irish Greyhound Board and the Department of Agriculture sent officials to a greyhound schooling track and kennels in Co Cork on Friday to inspect 24 greyhounds that had been destined for a Chinese dog track. Following complaints by the Irish […]

10.05.2016

Romeo In Milan – a 2 year old white male – sustained a series of fractures after colliding at the FIRST bend during the Derby heats at Wimbledon dog track on May 7th 2016. He was shown no mercy by his owner/trainer and was rewarded for his ‘services’ with a […]

04.05.2016

The Irish Times publishes another good article ahead of today’s protest in Dublin attended by Maureen O’Sullivan TD and actress Pauline McLynn. Minister under fire over greyhound exports.    

01.05.2016

Despite pressure from greyhound protection groups and Dogs Trust Ireland – Simon Coveney the Irish Minister responsible for the exporting of greyhounds to China has stated in today’s Sunday Times “Once appropriate animal health and welfare certification requirements are met, dogs, including greyhounds, may be exported internationally, including to China” […]

19.04.2016

  Please take action The Sunday Times has published an article – Greyhounds exported to race in China – confirming that 3 Irish greyhounds have been exported to China to be raced on the deadly Macau dog track. Deadly because the track does not operate a homing scheme and no […]

04.04.2016

Many thanks to Wandsworth Radio for the opportunity to raise awareness in South London and giving their listeners the opportunity to make an informed decision on whether they want a cruel gambling industry to remain at Wimbledon.  

02.04.2016

Reporter Craig Richard pens an excellent article in the Wimbledon Guardian on the cruelty of greyhound racing  and fears of what will happen to the dogs when the track closes are allayed by the local rescue – Wimbledon Greyhound Welfare – who said “It is a concern that we could […]

25.02.2016

At last Parliament acknowledge that the responsibility for the welfare of greyhounds lay firmly with the gambling industry and have called for the bookmakers to fund the homing of the estimated 3,700 greyhounds that currently go unaccounted for each year – no longer of use as a betting product. Efra […]


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