dog racing

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Noun1.dog racing - a race between dogsdog racing - a race between dogs; usually an occasion for betting on the outcome
race - a contest of speed; "the race is to the swift"
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There are racing dog owners who genuinely love and care about their dogs and who rehabilitate and re-home ex racing dogs, but this is not a sport that goes down well in today's ethical and social climate.
There are racing dog owners who genuinely love and care about their dogs and who rehabilitate and re-home ex-racing dogs, but this is not a sport that goes down well in today's ethical and social climate.
Jasper has faith in his new companion, Willie, even though he is nothing like Colton's dog, the fastest agility racing dog in the county.
He is a former racing dog and would prefer to be the only pet in the home but can live with children over the age of 14.
She soon moved up into Category A1, the highest category a racing dog can be in.
Former racing dog Bessie was found abandoned and emaciated living on the streets.
There are some things that can be done for domestic animals, like keeping them in a well-lit room with a TV on really loud, but for a racing dog out on the track all we can really do is keep them in the paddock as long as possible and then take them Greyhounds make great pets.
Whatever the reasons, The Racing Dog Rescue Project, one of several regional greyhound adoption efforts, has helped place more than 1,000 greyhounds in adoptive homes since it was founded 10 years ago.
The three-year-old racing dog was left at Dalkeith Police Station, Midlothian, on January 2 by his owner's son who said it was a stray.
The RSPCA branded the incident 'barbaric' and said the 'deeply distressed' animal may have been a racing dog, which would have had tattooed ears to identify it.
Four-year-old Noddy is a former racing dog who wants to settle down.
Lurcher MERRY was hurled over the centre's wall by his owners because she wasn't shaping up as a racing dog.