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As a non-profit organization, we work to pass stronger greyhound protection laws and end the cruelty of dog racing on both national and international levels. We also promote the rescue and adoption of greyhounds across the globe.
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Florida Trend - Reimagining Racetracks
The Herald-Palladium - This Australian greyhound raced to victory only once, but is big winner with Dallas police
The Journal - Government approves €95 million in funding for greyhound and horse racing industries
Tasmanian Government announces review into dog welfare regulations, September 13, 2023
Nunn, Bipartisan Members of Congress Introduce Bill to Ban Greyhound Racing, June 12, 2023
Animal Welfare Groups Aim to Add New Greyhound Protection Legislation to Farm Bill, June 8, 2023
Reps. Carbajal, Cárdenas, Chavez-DeRemer, Davis, Mace, Nunn introduce bill to ban greyhound racing, June 8, 2023
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> Greyhound racing is still legal and operational in one U.S. state as well as six other countries around the world.
> Racing greyhounds are confined for 20 to 23 hours each day in small cages.
> Thousands of dogs are injured at racetracks each year.
SINCE OUR FORMATION IN 2001...
AMERICAN TRACKS SHUT DOWN
DECLINE IN GAMBLING ON DOG RACING
MAJOR LAWS PASSED TO PROTECT GREYHOUNDS
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Greyhounds are intelligent, loyal, and good-natured.
Greyhounds require little exercise. They make excellent companions, even for apartment dwellers.
The most important factor to consider when adopting a greyhound is the suitability of the dog’s personality to your lifestyle.