Tuesday, August 22, 2006

$1,000 Reward for Info About Missing Greyhounds

Posted By on Tue, Aug 22, 2006 at 1:43 PM

As the Tucson Greyhound Park investigation wheels turn slowly, a $1,000 reward has been posted for information about the 100-200 missing greyhounds. How can so many greyhounds go missing? Well, they can be disposed of and sold for a profit at research labs, used as wolf bait, sold to dog-fighting enthusiasts and other gruesome ways. When the greyhounds stop being useful as money-making machines ... they have to be disposed of because they are considered as livestock, not pets. Sad.

Anyway ,if you hang around the Tucson Greyhound Park in South Tucson or know someone who does, you could maybe profit by providing some helpful information.

We want to know what happened to those dogs, and we don't want any more to disappear.  

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