Greyhound Data has Greyhounds from four continents and four centuries, including race and dog data.
National Greyhound Association is the governing body of Greyhound Racing in the United States. This site instructs you on how to obtain the official racing history of your dog by mailing in the ear tattoo numbers. For a price, you can even receive a certificate naming you as the registered owner of your dog.
Their Adopt-a-Greyhound website is dedicated to promoting the adoption of retired racing Greyhounds as pets, as well as sharing information and resources with adoption groups and Greyhound owners. Arguably the definitive source on the Web for greyhounds and their adoption, this site contains health and care information, articles and stories, links and pointers to publications and adoption agencies, as well as a collection of artwork and clip-art.
The first question that must be addressed is: why a Greyhound Health and Wellness Program? With the increasing popularity of retired racing Greyhounds, veterinarians are likely to evaluate dogs of this breed more frequently in their practice. Adoption efforts have made a positive impact on the number of Greyhounds that are killed every year due to poor performance in the racetrack; conservative estimates suggest that currently anywhere between 3,000 and 15,000 Greyhounds are killed every year in the US.
Morris Animal Foundation has launched an unprecedented $30 million effort to cure canine cancer within a dog's lifetime - the next 10 to 20 years. World renowned veterinary scientists and cancer specialists agree that this MAF-led effort will not only save countless dogs from suffering and premature death, but should also help produce breakthroughs in the prevention, treatment, and cures of human cancers - in particular childhood cancers.
The ACVIM Foundation is a non-profit organization created in 2000 to support and advance the work of specialists in the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM): small and large animal internists, cardiologists, neurologists, and oncologists. Founded in 1973, the ACVIM sets international standards for veterinary internal medicine - overseeing board certification in the various fields of veterinary internal medicine, and advancing research and education.