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Emails needed to save a greyhound named Brooklyn

Macau Dear Friend,

The peninsula of Macau is home to a single dog track called the Canidrome. At this facility, nearly 400 greyhounds are put to death each year.

According to the Macau Daily Times, dogs race four times a week. If they finish outside the top three in five races in row, they are destroyed. The head of Macau's animal control department has stated that every greyhound arriving at the track is dead within three years. An average of thirty of new dogs arrives each month from Australia.

A few weeks ago, GREY2K USA board member Charmaine Settle inspected the Canidrome. She had the pleasure of meeting a dog named Brooklyn, pictured above.

We need your help now to rescue Brooklyn. He is a two-year-old, white, red and fawn greyhound who last ran on Sunday. Like all the dogs in Macau, he deserves to be saved.

E-mail the Canidrome now at

Earlier this week, we asked a track official to allow us to adopt Brooklyn. This would set the stage for the introduction of the Canidrome's first adoption program. Read our letter here.

To support this effort, we have launched a new web site at, where we will provide updates on our progress. Please visit today, sign our petition, and find out more about how you can help this important effort.

Greyhound Rescue Australia has already agreed to take Brooklyn if he can be rescued from the Canidrome. Together, we can do it!

For the greyhounds,

Christine A. Dorchak, Esq.
President, GREY2K USA

Carey M. Theil
Executive Director, GREY2K USA


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GREY2K USA is a national non-profit 501(c)4 organization dedicated to protecting greyhounds and ending the killing and cruelty of dog racing. Personal and corporate contributions are acceptable, and there are no limits on how much one individual can contribute. Because GREY2K USA actively lobbies for greyhound protection, contributions are not tax deductible.

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