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And these are not just croissant-size purse inhabitants; one regular at the chain’s midtown location always brings her 65-pound greyhound, the dog’s sleek head eye-level with the Christian Louboutin lacquers on the manicure tables.
The permit, which was converted from a greyhound permit, is owned by the Havenick family, which also operates dog tracks in Miami and Naples.
At issue is whether the Sanford Orlando Kennel Club on Dog Track Road in Longwood wants to add poker and blackjack tables along with the racing greyhounds.
The former greyhound racing park has been vacant since 2009.
Having them race is also amusing, due them being the opposite of greyhounds.
Some groups focus on rescuing specific breeds — like miniature pinschers, pit bulls or greyhounds – while still others may take in animals of a specific size, age or health condition.
As of today, MGP is only one of two active greyhound tracks.
Of the 19 greyhound tracks still operating in the United States, 12 are in the Sunshine State.
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