Meth was found pumping through the veins of a prize-winning racing greyhound, and her owner says she has no idea how it got there.
"I've never ever been associated with any sort of drugs," Jenny Hunt, a well-known dog trainer, told Australia's Geelong Advertiser. "Let alone something like ice. That's like a low-life addict's drug."
Hunt's dog, Jubilea Bale, tested positive for amphetamine, methamphetamine and its metabolites after winning a major Australian race in mid-January. She was pulled from subsequent races.
Hunt is just now commenting, telling the Geelong Advertiser that she is "absolutely gutted" and knows nothing about how her dog ended up taking meth.
"To me my concern is the actual dogs," she said. "I am bewildered how that dog got something in it like that. That's what kind of scares me."
Hunt's kennels house about 150 dogs and several trainers work under her.