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Study: Greyhound Training Causes Bone Density Changes and Microfractures

Posted: 10 Feb 2012 11:35 AM PST  Grey2KUSA   Researchers at Massey University in New Zealand just completed a five-year study of issues related to the greyhound racing industry. Not surprisingly, their conclusions provide even more evidence that dog racing … Continue reading

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Arizona NRT voted to phase out greyhound racing

Grey2KUSA Feb. 7, 2012 Yesterday, the Arizona Committee on Natural Resources and Transportation voted unanimously in favor of phasing out dog racing in Arizona! GREY2K USA lobbyist Gretchen Jacobs was there to testify for the dogs.

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Skecher’s Super Bowl ad promoting the cruel sport of greyhound racing

To: Skechers President Michael Greenburg at michaelg@skechers.com Skechers Vice President of Media Gary Martin at gpmedia@aol.com Mark Cuban at mcuban@hd.net NBC Universal at nbcuniversalviewerfeedback@nbcuni.com   michaelg@skechers.com; gpmedia@aol.com; mcuban@hd.net; nbcuniversalviewerfeedback@nbcuni.com;   Please pull the Skecher’s Super Bowl ad featuring greyhounds running … Continue reading

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Greyhound Dogs as Blood Donors

Greyhounds are being used as blood donors, under the pretense of having been rescued from the track.  Is it better for the individual dogs to go from a cage at a track, to a cage at a so-called rescue facility and be in … Continue reading

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Florida Greyhound Racing Report about Cruelty to Dogs

Read article here  12-7-11

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Skechers Shoes Promoting Greyhound Racing – Why?

Earlier this month, a TV crew was seen filming a commercial for Skechers shoes at Tucson Greyhound Park (TGP). Please join us in asking the company not to promote the cruelty of dog racing by using this footage. Read More

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Greyhounds in the Classroom

The GREY2K USA Education Fund provides free educational materials, including posters, magnets and more for all participating students. Read more and see a sample lesson plan, supporting materials and PowerPoint presentation here. Read more

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