ACT greyhound racing ban won't lead to rehoming surge Spokesman Kel Watt said trainers and breeders would not engage with animal welfare groups contracted to rehome greyhounds after campaigning to ban racing in Canberra.
"These people are directly or indirectly responsible for the stripping away of over 50 jobs," he said. In an independentreport, consultant Mary Durkinfloated several measures to find new owners forany greyhounds belonging to breeders and trainers hurt by the oakley factory outlet store racing shutdown, but said numbers werenot expected to be high. Mr Watt said the rate of greyhounds needing new homes would not climb and that the industry would continue rehoming themprivately and through theCanberra Region Greyhound Connection Group, new oakleys which it funds. "The costs of boarding dogs in another jurisdiction may also be prohibitive for some participants," it said. It suggested government funding for adoption costs toencourage rehoming, and payment of costsfor foster carers looking after greyhounds,andrehoming and support groups. Canberra Region Greyhound Connection Group coordinator MartinaTaliano saidthe ban was disappointing andthere had been no animal welfare issues in the ACT industry.
Any oakley canteen efforts to rehome dogs needed to include trainers who knew their dogs' background and oakley usa could help greyhounds find a suitable match in a new owner, she said. Mr Ramsay vowed last week to outlaw the sport by the end of June 2018, andon Sunday said it was"impossible" to separatethe local greyhound industry from its controversial NSW counterpart. "The prospect of these behaviours coming into the ACT, and the ongoing risk of regulatory failure in NSW, presents a risk that most Canberrans find unacceptable," he said.
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