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Greyhounds / Dog Racing #324743

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 20, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Seabrook, New Hampshire: Bob Faw) Popularity of dog racing examined; details given, scenes shown from greyhound race. [Greyhound owner Steve KARELITZ - comments.] [PEOPLE - comment on dog racing.] [Humane Society of the US spokesperson Robert BAKER - says these race dogs are not disposed of humanely.] Memo quoted on screen with regard to usefulness of greyhounds in labs. [Dog owner Hugh HAGEN - comments on finding homes for unwanted greyhounds.] Dog trainers noted recently stopping use of real rabbits to lead dogs; scenes shown. [Kansas attorney general Robert STEPHAN - calls dog racing barbaric.] [Wonderland Dog Track spokesperson Charles SARKIS - says track is humanely disposing of useless dogs.]

Faw, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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