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Saturday, March 7, 2020

Dogfighting: How to Identify and Report It


The signs of dogfighting can be hard to spot if you don’t know what to look for.

According to the Humane Rescue Alliance, the key signs of dogfighting are:


  • Dogs kept outside on heavy chains and rotated throughout the yard
  • Dogs that leave and come back to the yard with injuries or scarring
  • Dogs frequently forced to run on a treadmill or use other conditioning tools for long periods of time

“If you see an animal that has scarring or open wounds around its legs, chest or around its face, those are usually indications it is involved in organized dogfighting,” HRA Humane Law Enforcement Officer Engel said.

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