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Should the Calgary Stampede discontinue rodeo events that are dangerous for animals?

 

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No, the Stampede currently treats animals humanely so no change is needed

Yes, the Stampede should discontinue rodeo events which are inhumane to animals well-being and put their lives in danger

History

The Calgary Stampede acknowledges that there have been animal injuries in the past and is working to ensure that events are as safe as possible.

The Calgary Stampede has brought in a third party auditor to evaluate how to hold events safely.[1]

History

The Calgary Stampede has a long history of animal injuries.[2]  Events such as the chuckwagon races and steer wrestling cannot be done safely and should be discontinued.

   
   

 

Calgary Stampede Animal Treatment

Should the Calgary Stampede alter its use of animals in the rodeo events?

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References

1.     Calgary Herald: Stampede horse safety program making a difference, says auditor: http://www.calgaryherald.com/news/calgary/Stampede+horse+safety+program+making+difference+says/9968006/story.html

2.     Vancouver Humane Society: Animals Deaths at the Calgary Stampede Rodeo
& Chuckwagon Races: http://www.vancouverhumanesociety.bc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2010/08/Animal-deaths-and-injuries-at-the-Calgary-Stampede.pdf

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