Rule 109 – Racing Paddock and Kennels – definition
i) The Racing Paddock, containing the Racing Kennels, shall be a securely enclosed area at a GBGB Licensed Racecourse. It shall be adequately lit to allow safe examination and handling of a Greyhound.
ii) Each racing kennel must;
a) if installed after 6 April 2010, be at a minimum 136cm long, 87cm wide and 110cm high internally;
b) be occupied by no more than one Greyhound;
c) have walls and floors with a cleanable surface;
d) be cleaned between use;
e) have a comfortable area for the Greyhound to lay;
f) allow a Greyhound to be observed when inside;
g) be constructed so as to minimise any risk of injury to a Greyhound;
h) have a regular flow of clean air, whether by natural or artificial means, to allow sufficient ventilation for a Greyhound;
i) have an ambient temperature suitable for Greyhounds just raced;
j) be disinfected and dried between days on which races, trials or sales trials take place.