Australian greyhound racing has this year experienced one of the most contagious strains of canine gastroenteritis in memory.
The virus has spread across much of the country, leading to race meetings being cancelled and the postponement of the Group 2 Horsham Cup.
Experienced trainer Matthew Clark and wife Bianca live on seven acres in the Gippsland town of Briagolong, and their property is one of many kennels to have been affected.
Having been struck by the virus in mid-March, Clark has since been approached by a number of trainers encountering the problem. And he has been more than happy to offer advice.
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