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Exclusive | Muzzles coming off for greyhounds in Victoria

FIRST WITH NEIL MITCHELL

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Neil Mitchell has revealed greyhounds will soon be allowed out in public without muzzles, with the Victorian Government to announce a law change later today.

“I believe the law will change next year,” Neil said on 3AW Mornings.

“Non-racing greyhounds will no longer have to wear muzzles in public.

“It has been under consideration for what seems like years.”

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Greyhound adoptions are currently at about 1300 a year.

Minister for Agriculture Jaala Pulford told Neil the government has been looking at muzzles for about 12 months.

“I think the time has come,” Ms Pulford said.

“The evidence tells us that these are not dangerous dogs.

“From the first of January next year the requirement will be different.”

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