ALMU: Pig dog hunting info stall
18 May, 2016
Central Courtyard, Macquarie University
The practice of pig-dog hunting or “pig dogging” represents the cruelest and most barbaric form of hunting in N.S.W. It also has a range of associated social, animal welfare and ecological issues.
Pig-dogging involves the tracking, bailing, pinning and mauling of wild pigs by specially-blooded dogs. A hunted pig can suffer sever, extensive and prolonged stress, hurt and injury before a brutal and often slow death which can also result in extensive injuries to dogs.
Please join us in spreading the word about this cruel practice and collecting signatures to get it banned in NSW.
WHEN: Wednesday 18th May @ 12-2pm
WHERE: Central Courtyard