Cindy Hall's pack of canines gathers at the door, eagerly awaiting the walk. Taking care of dogs is "very energizing," Hall says. "It's exhausting, but it's a good exhausting, kind of like working out."
Cindy Hall always considered herself a cat person. Now she's a greyhound gal.
Cindy Hall takes two of her dogs, Tucker, middle, and Heather, right, for an afternoon stroll around the neighborhood. Also along for the walk is Cowboy, at left, who is receiving foster care.
After their walk, Tucker takes a drink of water while Cowboy waits his turn. Cindy Hall, a teacher, prefers walking her pack in the afternoons after coming home from the school.
Saying restrictive new laws are hurting business, Tucson Greyhound Park will reduce its racing schedule from six days a week to four.
Pima County banned the use of anabolic steroids in racing dogs Tuesday, widening the area where the practice is illegal.
Ally Miller, right, the first new county supervisor in 10 years, is sworn in to represent District 1. Also taking their oaths, from left, are Pima County Attorney Barbara LaWall and Supervisor Sharon Bronson.
We are not surprised Tucson Greyhound Park has skirted around a South Tucson law that bans anabolic steroid injections for dogs.