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Slideshow: Dogs Rescued from Fighting Ring

Thursday, July 25, 2013 - 12:00pm
Slideshow: Dogs Rescued from Fighting Ring

Earlier this year, the ASPCA assisted in a three-state dog fighting bust alongside the FBI, Missouri Highway Patrol and several other agencies.

When we found these dogs, many were doomed to live their whole lives tethered by heavy chains—and on the day of the raid, many were left outside to suffer through a blizzard.

Today, after months under the care of our behaviorists, veterinarians and tireless responders, dogs rescued from this raid are thriving. In fact, some have already headed to rescue for adoption! Still others remain in our care.

We wanted to show you some of these dogs’ happy faces and thank you for helping us make their rescue possible. We couldn’t have taken on this massive operation without your help!


 

Slideshow: Amazing Transformation of Dog Fighting Victims

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Joanne

Sue, you are misinformed. That isn't true. Please do some research and don't spread lies that you hear. Most people who work with PETA and support them have their own pets. Look at their website or their Facebook page for the truth about what they do. Don't believe what someone else says.

Joanne

Sue, you are misinformed. That isn't true. Please do some research and don't spread lies that you hear. Most people who work with PETA and support them have their own pets. Look at their website or their Facebook page for the truth about what they do. Don't believe what someone else says.

nan

save him Thank yo so much
love from The Netherlands,

Caroline

Who on Facebook are you getting that information from? That is not true. Maybe that person meant PETA, but ASPCA is one of the best organizations out there.

Looise

I think it is Peta, just horrible!

Joy

I sincerely don't think PETA wold do that either. This sounds like a ridiculous attempt to discredit two good organizations.

Ann

Here's an article from the NY Times. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/07/us/peta-finds-itself-on-receiving-end-of-others-anger.html?pagewanted=all&_r=1&

Darla

I stopped donating to PETA years ago. I urge everyone I come in contact with to do the same. Start donating to ASPCA and local groups that are trying to find these animals homes.

Monique

Thanks for the article. I've never been a fan of PETA. Here's yet another reason to support that.

Jeff

Unfortunately, you are incorrect on that. Do a bit of research on PETA and euthanasia. They are really, really bad and this is a huge reason to never support them.

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