We have received a statement from the BBC that was read out recently on Colin Murray’s Kicking Off radio show – which read as follows “Normally on a Friday night we get our weekly dose of greyhound commentary to find out how our favourite dog – Show me the Bunny […]


Last weeks edition of the Radio Times sees the publication of a letter from greyhound advocate Jon Baker – raising awareness and educating thousands of people to the inherent cruel practices the gambling industry depends on for its financial viability. Well done Jon – you did the dogs proud!  Please click […]


The Mayor of Wolverhampton – Councillor Bert Turner – is hosting and inviting people to join in a fund raising Christmas party night out at Monmore dog track Wolverhampton on December 1st. Please email the Mayor and ask him politely to cancel the event – explaining that the gambling on […]


It is with great sadness that we have to announce the passing of Ly Schumacher and her dear friend Jill Stanley ~ two women who sacrificed so much of their lives for the protection of greyhounds and galgos. Please take time to read a tribute to Ly in our ‘In […]


Many thanks to everyone who wrote to the BBC in support of the dogs and complained regarding their promotion of greyhound racing and the gambling on dogs to a national audience. The standard reply from the BBC was – in our opinion – at best non factual and at worst […]


A young black and white dog with the betting name of New Phase is destroyed during Sky’s live coverage of the All England Cup at Newcastle dog track. Not an unusual event by any means – but the poster barely draws breath before he announces how well another dog ‘in […]


Huge thanks to ITV and the Alan Titchmarsh Show for giving national TV coverage to the plight of the greyhounds.   Recognising racing greyhounds are a breed of dog that go ‘unaccounted for’ in their thousands each and every year – ITV invite onto the show Annie Boddey founder of […]


Despite being totally blind in his left eye and only having 20% vision in his right eye – the owner – trainer and track vet failed to detect Jack Sprat’s loss of sight and raced him on what is already a highly dangerous circuit with 5 other dogs reaching speeds […]


Greyhound Safe are calling for supporters to write to Reading Council amidst rumours they are considering plans for a new dog track. Please click HERE for details of how you can help.


The Racing Post reports there are now only 995 GBGB licensed trainers – compared to 1,400 in 2006. Although according to the GBGB website – 24.09.11- the official figure is only 976.