Can a Bus Save a Dog’s Life?

Published by PETA.

Soon, Greyhound might be driving home the message about the importance of spaying and neutering. PETA is asking Greyhound Lines, Inc., to temporarily switch its well-known moniker to “Spayhound” and/or to “fix” at least one of its buses with this dog-friendly message:

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One Greyhound bus takes an average of 19 cars off the road. Pretty impressive. But just one spay surgery can prevent 67,000 puppies  from being born—the number of puppies whom a female dog and her generations of offspring can produce in just six years. Really impressive.

We’ve requested a meeting with Grey … er … Spayhound’s CEO, and maybe someday soon, you’ll be able to hop a ride to Fixburg, Mississippi, or Spaykane, Washington. Meanwhile, whether you have a greyhound or a guess-the-hound, please make sure they get their fix.  

 
Written by Michelle Sherrow

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