Innocent dogs are being shot up with cocaine, steroids and other drugs in a sick effort to make them race even faster and to line the pockets of greedy kennel owners. State records revealed 847 drug positives over the past decade, including 71 Greyhound cocaine positive. The most serious spiked in 2017. Drug paraphernalia including syringes and injectable vials, are frequently found in racing kennels. But instead of clean up their act deplorable kennel operators insist they have done nothing wrong.