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Adopting a greyhound

ADOPTION: Brightside Farm Sanctuary owner Emma Haswell has adopted out more than 700 greyhounds to loving families. Each year, Emma Haswell takes in hundreds of greyhounds, ready to be adopted by loving families.
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Greyhound racing

The owner of theBrightside Farm Sanctuary has adopted out more than 700greyhounds over the years and always has about 10 waiting at the Cygnet shelter.

MsHaswell works with five Tasmanian greyhound trainers whosurrendertheir ex-racing dogsto the shelter where she looksafter the animals and helpsthem until they can find ahome.

“They’re my favourite breed of dog in the world because they’reincrediblyeasy to train, they are brilliant with other animals and theyunlearn very easily unlike other breeds of dogs,” Ms Haswell said.

“They’re very sensitive, very honest, very kind dogs and they’re very lazy and they’ll just fit into what you’re doing.”

New South Wales premier Mike Baird announced on Thursday that greyhound racing would be banned in his state from July 2017.

The change was met with mixed emotions from the Australian public but the Tasmanian government has already ruled out a similar ban in this state.

The shutdown of the industry was based on anInquiry, which found up to68,000 dogs werekilled in the last 12 years in NSW.

Ms Haswell said that while her dogs were treated well before they arrived at thesanctuary, there were undoubtedly some people doing the wrong thing.

“Most of the greyhounds I get are in good condition but they’ve had no exposure to life outside of the racing industry,” she said.

ADOPTION: Brightside Farm Sanctuary owner Emma Haswell has adopted out more than 700 greyhounds to loving families.

“They’ve either been kept in a pen or in a shed in a pen, they’ve never met other breeds of dog but they adapt within a few days.

“There are some trainers out there who keep their dogs in the most hideous conditions but the industry should be clamping down on those people because it’s not fair on the people who look after their dogs well.”

Animals Tasmania coordinatorChrisSimcox said he would like to see the ban enforced in the state and eventually spread to other industries.

“We think it’s really just the beginning of a change because it’s a good thing to be monitoring animals in entertainment,” Mr Simcox said.

“Sometimes these animals are essentially becoming a waste product because they’re not quick enough to race and there is this mentality that these animals are a commodity rather that an actual being.”

To contactthe sanctuary for adoption enquiries, visit theBrightside website.

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