MORE THAN TWO DOZEN DOG TRACKS HAVE CLOSED OR ENDED LIVE RACING
THERE ARE ONLY EIGHTEEN TRACKS LEFT IN SIX STATES
GREYHOUND RACING IS ILLEGAL IN FORTY STATES
GREYHOUND BREEDING HAS DECLINED BY MORE THAN 60%
These cases inlcude dogs testing positive for cocaine, dogs suffering terrible injuries and dogs experiencing severe neglect at racing kennels.
We have helped defeat multiple attempts to subsidize dog racing with other forms of gambling, and blocked new tax breaks for dog tracks.
Since 2002, GREY2K USA Worldwide has endorsed more than one hundred greyhound friendly candidates across the country, with a success rate of 82% on election day. We have also prevailed on three greyhound-related ballot questions.
GREY2K USA Worldwide maintains an online database of greyhound disciplinary rulings, the largest compilation of such data in the world.
Florida lawmakers voted to require greyhound injury reporting for the first time.
GREY2K USA Worldwide helped pass a Seminole County, Florida ordinance to require greyhound injury reporting, ensure reporting on the fate of greyhounds, and eliminate a loophole that exempted greyhounds from licencing and inspection laws.
GREY2K USA Worldwide again helped block to re-opening of three long-shuttered dog tracks in Kansas.
GREY2K USA Worldwide released the first report ever written on Greyhound Racing in the United States.
Read our report for a comprehensive look inside this cruel industry.
GREY2K USA Worldwide supported a West Virginia bill that reduced racetrack subsidies by $2 million.
GREY2K USA Worldwide helped defeat a proposal to prop up dog racing in Texas with Instant Racing gambling devices.
GREY2K USA Worldwide partnered with the League Against Cruel Sports and released the first comprehensive report on greyhound racing in the United Kingdom.
After years of debate, the Iowa legislature passed a bill to phase out dog racing in 2014. The new law closes one dog track, and permanently ends $14 million in annual subsidies for greyhound breeders. GREY2K USA Worldwide supported this law, and worked for years to educate lawmakers about greyhound cruelty in the state.
GREY2K USA Worldwide supported a West Virginia bill that permanently reduced dog racing subsidies by 10%.
GREY2K USA Worldwide drafted and worked to pass a comprehensive greyhound injury reporting law in Arizona.
GREY2K USA Worldwide led a global campaign to again keep dog racing out of South Africa.
Years of advocacy by GREY2K USA resulted in the implementation of new greyhound welfare regulations in Florida, including a requirement that greyhound deaths be publicly reported for the first time.
GREY2K USA supported the approval of a new Animal Cruelty Policy in West Virginia, which states that cases of greyhound cruelty will be referred to appropriate law enforcement officials.
A two year fight by GREY2K USA resulted in passage of a greyhound decoupling bill in Arizona, paving the way for live dog racing to finally end at Tucson Greyhound Park.
GREY2K USA joined with other greyhound protection groups in the United Kingdom, including Greyt Exploitations, and successfully lobbied London Mayor Boris Johnson to permanently end greyhound racing at iconic Walthamstow Stadium.
South Africa announced it will not introduce dog racing, following the recommendation of GREY2K USA and advocates worldwide.
GREY2K USA helped draft a prohibition of dog racing which became law in the U.S. Territory of Guam.
GREY2K USA passed a greyhound decoupling law in New Hampshire.
Upon finding that greyhounds were excluded from protection under the anti-cruelty statute in New Hampshire, GREY2K USA presented and passed legislation to restore greyhounds to full legal protection.
GREY2K USA repealed an annual subsidy for the drug testing of racing greyhounds in New Hampshire.
GREY2K USA repealed a longstanding $325,000 annual subsidy for dog racing in New Hampshire.
GREY2K USA passed a greyhound injury and disposition reporting law in New Hampshire.
GREY2K USA passed the only state-funded greyhound adoption trust fund into law in Massachusetts.
GREY2K USA passed a requirement in Masachusetts that all greyhound injuries be reported to the public. The measure also mandated reporting on the final disposition of all racing dogs.