To further assist participants in gaining a better understanding of the breeding changes that came into effect on 1 July 2015, this section contains a range of fact sheets providing simple information on each major rule change and exactly what participants need to do to comply with the changes.
- Fact Sheet: Licensing Breeders
From 1 July 2015, all persons wishing to breed greyhounds will be required to hold a breeder’s licence.
Failure to be licensed will amount to a contravention of the GRNSW Greyhound Racing Rules which is an offence.
The Fact Sheet - GRNSW Licensing Breeders details what activities will require a Breeder's Licence and how to apply for a licence.
- Fact Sheet: New Breeding Restrictions
From 1 July 2015, there will be new breeding restrictions that apply to female greyhounds.
The Fact Sheet - New Breeding Restrictions details all the new changes and how they will impact breeding females.
- Fact Sheet: Registration as a Breeding Female
From 1 July 2015, any female greyhounds that plan to be bred with need to be registered as a breeding female with GRNSW to ensure they are eligible to be served when they are next on season.
The Fact Sheet - Registration as a Breeding Female details which female greyhounds need to be registered as a breeding female and the process to follow to register with GRNSW.
- Fact Sheet: New Vaccination Requirements
From 1 July 2015, compulsory vaccinations of greyhound pups will comprise two different vaccinations at two different points of the pup’s infancy.
The Fact Sheet - New Vaccination Requirements details all the new changes and explains what needs to be done to comply with the new rules.
Participants who are currently breeding or planning to breed at some point in the future, are encouraged to read GRNSW’s Breeding Fact Sheet, which explains the breeding process in detail from start to finish.
Click here to view the Record of 6-8 Week Vaccination Form.
In addition to the above fact sheets, there is an FAQ documents available here that will further assist participants.
Click here to view the Breeding Changes' FAQs.