A new report from The Coalition for the Protection of Greyhounds has revealed that 150 greyhounds have died on the track this year, a tragic reminder that the racing industry thrives on the torture of innocent animals.
The precise number of dogs that have died is 153 — 86 percent of that number were euthanised after leg fractures, a common sight on the track; during races, greyhounds will often take tumbles and spills, particularly around corners. Four percent of the total deaths followed neck fractures. On top of that, a staggering 8799 animals were injured.
|Article Title||A Staggering Number Of Greyhounds Have Died On The Track This Year|
|Publish Date||17 November 2021|
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