Bob the greyhound has taken to the streets of Edinburgh and Glasgow seeking the public’s support in signing the open letter to the Scottish Government to phase out greyhound racing in Scotland.

Greyhound campaign advert on bus stop

We’re asking everyone to look out for the Unbound the Greyhound adverts and take a photo with Bob, and please send all your images to: [email protected] – we would love to see them!

If you're heading into the city centres from now until Tuesday 4th July, you'll find Bob at the following locations on bus stops and telephone boxes:

  • Waverley, Edinburgh
  • Lothian Road, Edinburgh
  • Byres Rd, West end, Glasgow
  • Great Western Road, West end, Glasgow
  • Next to Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow
  • Minard Road, Crossmyloof, Glasgow
  • Battlefield Road, Glasgow
  • Dumbreck Road, Pollokshields, Glasgow
  • Chisholm Street, Trongate, Glasgow
  • Cumbernauld Road, Dennistoun, Glasgow
  • Bellgrove Street, Denniston (beside the train station), Glasgow
  • Alexandra Parade (opposite the Glasgow Royal Infirmary), Glasgow

Rescued greyhound next to bus stop advert

We’ve already received some incredible photos from both two and four legged supporters! Pictured is the beautiful and brave Kaas - a rescue greyhound who overcame a traumatic racing injury and now lives a happy, safe life with her loving pawrent - who visited Bob to show her support of freeing greyhounds from being exploited for entertainment, just as she once was.

These adverts feature QR codes which launch the open letter, but you don't need to find the adverts to take action for greyhounds today!

Please help to bring an end to the cruel dog racing industry by signing the open letter to the Scottish Government:

Sign open letter

You can add your name from anywhere in the world; you do not have to live in Scotland. If you have already signed, please share this open letter with friends, family and your followers on social media.

Incredibly, over 6,000 people have already signed the open letter in less than 3 weeks! Join them in supporting the Unbound the Greyhound campaign and helping to usher in a brighter future for all greyhounds in Scotland.