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The true story of a racing greyhound

Dear Friends,

Did you know that dogs born into the commercial dog racing industry are destined for a life of cruelty? They are painfully tattooed, trained to chase and then sent off to race. And that is just the beginning.

Here is the story of a dog that the racing industry calls “Bagface.”  Tomorrow is her fourth birthday.  She will spend it in misery on a Tennessee breeding farm, being used to create more victims for this cruel business. 


Please share this story widely so that everyone will know the cruel story of dog racing and join with us to oppose it.

Together, we can stop this terrible cycle of dog abuse by shutting down racetracks and the breeding farms that serve them. Please support our campaign to end dog racing now.

GREY2K USA Worldwide has worked to close down twenty-eight American dog tracks and successfully fought to keep dog racing from expanding to multiple countries. But there is still so much work to do.

Won't you please help dogs like Bagface get the second chance they deserve?

For the greyhounds,

Christine A. Dorchak, Esq.

Christine Dorchak

PS: Thanks to resident artist Danielle Festa for creating this illustration!

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