Originally published at: https://australianracinggreyhound.com/australian-greyhound-racing/victorian-greyhound-racing/new-victorian-rule-changes-for-euthanasia-exports-registration/89801/
A LEADING trainer says the greyhound racing industry is becoming less enjoyable in recent times due to over regulation by the authorities. Kel Greenough spoke out following a range of new local rule changes which will come into effect in Victoria as of October 1 targeting issues such as euthanasia, the reporting of injuries and…
““The inference is we only race for money – but most greyhound people really care about their dogs”.
Pull the other one Kel!
If ALL greyhound people really cared about their dogs there’d be no need for rule tightening.
As an expert in pulling Badapple it is nice to have you offer an opinion on this type of activity.
I wish these state authorities would all get on the same page so we can work to ONE set of rules. I can race at 16 months in NSW and 18 months in Victoria.
What if I live on the border and race in both states.
Do maidens have to performance trial in Victoria.
Need to consider re introduction of World Conferences in conjunction with greyhounds and trade to improving animal welfare as done by the international forums in human and non human animal welfare (including world trade and horse trade and canine trade generally. (The in the tent mentality should not stop at Australian borders). I hope greyhound organisations and control panels will strut their stuff at the enormous animal conferences being held in Asia over the next few years.
Great to hear from you again John.