Video Exposes Cruelty at Tucson Greyhound Park

For over sixty years, the public has been prevented from seeing the terrible way dogs are treated at Tucson Greyhound Park. Last summer, our team of professional investigators finally got into to the kennel compound to learn the truth.


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  1. Thank you so much for posting our video of Tucson Greyhound Park.

    Unfortunately, thousands of greyhounds at dog tracks in the U.S. endure confinement in small cages barely large enough for them to stand up or turn around, for 20+ hours per day. On average, over one thousand dogs live in warehouse style kennels at each racetrack.

    While racing, often in extreme weather conditions, they suffer serious injuries, including broken legs, cardiac arrest, spinal cord paralysis and broken necks.

    GREY2K USA is a national non-profit organization dedicated to passing stronger greyhound protection laws and ending the cruelty of dog racing. 23 tracks are operational in 7 states – Arizona, Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, West Virginia, Iowa and Texas.

    To learn more about dog racing and to support our work, please visit

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