This all creatures animal exploitation photo gallery about dogs is being presented to show the public the difference between the cute animals we see in advertising and picture in our minds and the reality that exists in the world.
(Dog Exploitation - Sport of Dog Racing - 14) "He's my Denny," a two-year old male greyhound racing at the Daytona Beach Kennel Club, died on January 28, 1996 from untreated, gangrenous wounds sustained in a dog fight five days earlier. The dog was discovered when nearby greyhound adoption volunteers heard him whimpering in his crate. The dog's trainer and caregiver was arrested on a charge of felony animal cruelty. A kennel assistant was arrested on a misdemeanor animal abandonment charge. The ultimate solution to ending this cruel racing industry is to shut it down by turning public opinion against it and ending its income through lack of attendance at the tracks.
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Photo from: Greyhound Protection League
If these reality photos are disturbing, and you don't believe such things should be done to dogs, then set the proper example by not doing such things to any animals, and by not supporting those who do. Stop eating or wearing animal products or supporting any activity that exploits animals, and tell others why you stopped.