"Greyhounds seem to suffer more than other breeds because there's more of them - 6,000 are injured every year on the track. If they break a leg or a hock, they just get put down. They're treated as a commodity. If they're going to cost money, get rid of them”.
"Not all trainers are bad. But they don't look after their teeth. They just feed them to maintain a certain standard of health so the dog is OK and can race”.
"More than 10,000 dogs come on to the tracks each year - which means 10,000 come off”. Please click here to read the full Luton Today article GRWE also made a video documenting the fantastic work they do, re-homing so many greyhounds and lurchers.An important message concludes the video reminding us that the public consultation period for Secondary Legislation is not too far away and we must push for enormous welfare improvements for the racing greyhound. Please click here to watch the GRWE video Thank you for your continued supportwww.greytexploitations.com/news