As you will be aware, Greyhound Racing Victoria (GRV) and the Greyhound Owners, Trainers and Breeders Association of Victoria (GOTBA)
A single property in the Northern Territory has been identified as the source of toxic horse meat, believed responsible for a spate of dog deaths in Victoria.
A cluster of liver disease and deaths in dogs in the Gippsland region is currently under investigation.
An investigation into a cluster of dogs with liver disease in Gippsland has identified the plant toxin indospicine as the cause of liver failure.
Desexing is an important part of ensuring community support for the continuation of greyhound racing.
A domestic dog in Horsham has tested positive for ehrlichiosis – the first detection of this disease for an Australian-born dog in Victoria.