Annie Boddey - AFG co-founder - said it was a campaign "breaking new ground and the wording is reference specifically to the appalling scale and nature of injuries greyhounds sustain in competition and trials on all tracks in Britain; a subject that remains one of the most sensitive and guarded within dog racing".
The campaign is being supported with a Facebook page and AFG are inviting the public to get involved by way of 'spot, snap and send'. Photographs received of buses displaying the poster will in turn win a car sticker for the sender, subject to availability.
It is proving a momentous year for AFG with the group now also the distributor for a new book, titled Behind the Lights, the Tote and the Non-starters. It is, said Boddey, "the only publication to cover the primary welfare issues inherent in the British greyhound racing industry to include why, in terms of injuries, greyhound racing on oval-like configured tracks has no equal, whether a sport, working or otherwise".
AFG, now in its fifteenth year and the longest established greyhound protection group, is busier than ever but their end message is simple: never attend or bet on greyhound racing.
For more information about the group, the campaign and other events to include Greyhound Remembrance Weekend please view: www.actionforgreyhounds.co.uk
*Locations and time duration covered in the campaign:
Gillingham, four weeks; Wimbledon, eight weeks; Swindon SN1, four weeks; Swindon SN2, four weeks; Yarmouth, eight weeks; Sunderland, eight weeks; Newcastle NE2, four weeks and Newcastle NE5, eight weeks.