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Get Our New Toolkit and Help Stop Dog Fighting

Friday, February 8, 2013 - 11:00am
FIR team member with dog rescued from a dogfighting raid

Do you wish you could do more to help end dog fighting? You might be surprised by just how much you can help—especially when you use the toolkit the ASPCA developed with the U.S. Department of Justice.

Initially created for law enforcement, Dogfighting: A Guide for Community Actiongives you the tools to recognize the violent crimes of dog fighting in your community.

We know that sometimes the hardest thing about getting involved is figuring out where to start. Our toolkit will teach you how to build an animal task force in your community, demonstrate ways to partner with local law enforcement, and even provide useful tips on how to handle the animal victims involved.

You can download the full toolkit to combat dog fighting free of charge here. Also, please consider taking the free, self-paced online course Combating Dogfighting, which accompanies the Toolkit. Without your compassion and willingness to take action, our struggle to end dog fighting would be that much harder—thank you!

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Nicholas Rodriguez

If they wouldn't get into a fight, they shouldn't put the dogs into fights

Alfredo

The dog suffering when is deprived food ,care ,vet suspected the dog is

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