Saturday, July 11, 2009

Muzzle free Walk @ Newfarm Park

Hi Readers, the day of the walk to celebrate GAP greyhounds being allowed to be muzzle free in Queensland was finally here! What a great day it is as I no longer have to wear that stupid wire cage that scares kids and makes people think I can't be trusted to behave like the responsible canine citizen I am.

GAP had a great turnout at Newfarm Park and I got to see a lot of our old fosters from the House of Hound. My friends Sally and Oskar were there with their forever families and we all got big cuddles. Homer even liked going on the walk through the farmer's markets and checking out the food stalls. Pepe, who earlier in the week had seventeen teeth removed, was in fine form and had a lot of fun with the other Greys and their families. She has earned the nickname of gummy girl which is a little unfair as she still has a lovely smile.

I hope you enjoy the pics of this greyt Queensland day.Down with greyhound muzzling!

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Many thanks to aunty Leanne for organising the walk. Bye for now Readers - Murphy.

3 comments:

ykngld said...

Murphy,

It was about time. We're so glad that you were able to enjoy the sniffin' introduction sans muzzle!

Handy, Drew and Nikki of the Poole Pack

alex said...

Glad to hear that it went well, and that others in Queensland will be able to see the truth, that greyhounds are NOT a scary breed of dog.

Never Say Never Greyhounds said...

No muzzles should be a nice boost for greyhound adoption in your area. Yeah!

Jen