About Virtual Dog Racing

Virtual dog racing benefits

screenshotsVirtual dog racing may seem like a strange concept at first – however, it actually boasts several advantages over its offline equivalent, as you'll find out in this guide.

Greyhound racing was first attempted in the US back in 1876, but the first greyhound racing track wasn't opened until 1919. The hugely popular sport soon crossed the Atlantic, and is still thriving to this day. In many areas, the dog track has become a social hub; but what if there is no greyhound racing track near you?

Fortunately, this problem has been solved by virtual dog racing, which takes place online. Like an online casino, you can take part from the comfort of your own home. Furthermore, there are races taking place all day, every day, all year round – many physical race tracks are only open two or three days a week.

Of course, if you're an animal lover, you might prefer virtual racing as an alternative to the real thing. Meanwhile, any betting fans out there will be pleased to learn that virtual races aren't disrupted by illnesses, injuries or bad weather.

Where to play virtual dog racing

If you want to watch and bet on virtual dog races, it's important you don't confuse it with the other version available, where players breed and train an animated dog. Therefore, the Virtual Dog Racing site has scoured the net to come up with a list of all the reputable online bookmakers where you can enjoy the straightforward betting version.

We also keep you up to date with any sign-up bonuses or deals the online bookies are offering, which could give you a nice starting amount to bet on virtual dog racing. Beginners should also check out our guide to how it works, the latest news stories, and the comments from other users – who knows, you might pick up some handy tips.