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Greyt Exploitations is a non-profit making organisation formed in 2008 and run entirely by volunteers. We strive to raise the public's awareness of the cruel and inhumane treatment of greyhounds and much of our research and investigation work has been published in the national press. This has helped us to effectively campaign for the full enforcement of existing legislation - stronger protection laws and for the gambling on dogs to be outlawed.

We are not a direct action group and campaign legally and peacefully at all times.

Commercial dog racing - funded and controlled by the gambling industry - is dependent on inherent cruel practices for it's financial viability.

The culling of healthy puppies that fail to chase the mechanical lure or are too slow to 'make the grade'


The destruction of dogs that sustain treatable but 'career ending' injuries on the dangerously configured tracks designed purely for the spectator.


The destruction of healthy greyhounds deemed no longer suitable as a 'betting product' - too old or slow - if no retirement home can be found.


In 2011 the racing industry failed to account for over 10,000 greyhounds bred for British racing - despite much of the data collected by them via the GBGB Retirement Form

"Greyhound racing is a self-regulating gambling business that depends on the uncontrolled breeding and unaccountable disappearance of thousands of dogs every year. That is a situation that is unacceptable and indefensible" ~ Annette Crosbie OBE


Main Announcements

Greyt Exploitations have launched a petition calling on the Government to make it compulsory by law for the industry to publish injury statistics and the fates of injured dogs. Please sign the petition here

DEFRA - Please legislate for the publication of injury statistics

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Greyt Exploitations are extremely proud to announce the launch of their database containing details of dogs that were involved in incidents over the past 10 years. Many thanks to everyone who have supported us and our efforts to expose this cruelty. Many thanks also to the Sunday Times who helped launch our database with an excellent article - '40,000 racing greyhounds hurt'

You can view our database and the injury data the industry don't want you see here Greyt Exploitations Greyhound Data

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Tia Rescue have many greyhounds looking for love. If you would like to offer a forever loving home to a retired greyhound please click on their logo - thank you!

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A short video that highlights all that wrong with greyhound racing and why it has no place in modern society.


On January 22nd Greyt Exploiations met with Defra Minister Lord de Mauley who assured us of a review of 2010 Greyhound Welfare Regulations later this year and invited us to submit evidence along with key welfare organisations and industry stakeholders in preparation for a full Public Consultation in the summer.

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If you know of greyhounds suffering or being abused - please let us know. All information will be treated in the strictest confidence. Thank you 
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Please sign this important petition - thank you