Greyhound racing

The Disturbing Reality of Greyhound Welfare in Racing

A night at the greyhound tracks might sound like fun on the surface, but the reality is that it’s far from fun for the animals.

In the fast-paced world of greyhound racing, behind the exhilarating spectacle lies a heartbreaking reality.

These beautiful dogs, known for their grace and speed and gentleness, often face a life marred by neglect, injury, and abandonment. From overbreeding to inhumane treatment and a lack of post-racing care, the welfare issues surrounding greyhound racing cast a shadow on the industry.

Read this horrific report from The Monthly.

On November 19th, Kruger Dawn, 2 years old, died on the Gawler racetrack from ‘cardiovascular rupture’.