APRIL WAS GREYT MONTH FOR GREYHOUND AWARENESS!
THREE NEW BILLBOARDS
Australia’s greyhound racing industry is rotten to the core. This is an industry that not only costs tax payers millions of dollars — but it’s the animals who pay the ultimate cost, all for the sake of gambling profits.
Relegate greyhound racing to the history books where it belongs — tell your MP it’s game over for greyhound racing.
Join our Shut It Down campaign – send your MP a photo message.
Killing Greyhounds For Gambling IS NOT OKAY!
Our current campaign is called Shut it Down and it is to give our politicians the clear message that the this vile, cruel and corrupt industry no longer belongs in a modern, civilised, compassionate society.
Our previous campaign was focusing on supporting Animal Liberation Queensland in their efforts to stop the new track in Logan, Queensland.
UPDATE : On the 22nd March, 2015, the Qld Racing Minister has announced that work on construction of a Logan track be halted pending the outcome of an independent review. Read more here.
UPDATE October NSW: The Special Commission of Inquiry into Greyhound Racing in NSW has been extended to March 31st 2016. So far the commission has been scathing about the industry and it has led to this fabulous editorial in the Sydney Morning Herald
Read the editorial here
To read transcripts and kept up to date with the NSW Inquiry read here
Animal Liberation Queensland launched this billboard at central station in Brisbane.
It will be up for one month to help continue creating awareness. To keep this billboard up longer click here
This billboard has been funded by Gone are the Dogs supporters and has been up in various place in Brisbane for a total of 6 months during 2014 and 2015.
If you would like to help us fund more advertisements in Qld or around Australia please donate here.
Mary, the greyhound, feature on billboard attended the Gone are the Dogs rally in Sydney in Feb 2014. Sadly Mary has now passed away.
T his advertisement was played at sporting event to thousands of people during 2014