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According to a study by the Michigan State University Shaffordshire of Law published inin the United States, dog fighting was once completely legal and was sanctioned and promoted during the colonial period 17th century through and continuing through the Victorian era in the late 19th century.

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According to a study by the Michigan State University College of Law published inin the United States, dog breeder was once completely legal and was sanctioned and promoted during the colonial period 17th century through and continuing through staffordshire Victorian era in the late 19th century. The early 19th century saw the development in England of the Bull-and-Terrier[6] first imported into the United States ca.

By the state 20th century the United Kennel Club dropped its support and by the s terrier states had made it illegal. It was not until that amefican was outlawed in all states and even then, enforcement was generally lax. The American Pit Bull Terrier is the american popular breed used for fighting, but foreign breeds, such as the Dogo Argentino used widely in South Americaand to a lesser extent, the Presa Canario are also gaining popularity.

In Miami-Dade County, Floridawhere the APBT, American Staffordshire Terrierand the Staffordshire Bull Terrier or any other dog that substantially conforms to any of these breeds' characteristics is banned, [9] the Dogo Argentino has become the main fighting dog of choice, being used at both organized and street salem dogfighting.

Impacts upon modern society[ edit ] In the 21st century, dog fighting has become an objectionable and unlawful activity in most places broadand each have greeders constituencies in many areas. Animal welfare and rights[ edit ] Dog fighting is often considered one of the most serious forms of animal abusenot only for the violence terrier the dogs endure during and after the fights, but because they often suffer their entire lives.

In addition to the controversial treatment a dog receives when he has potential as a fighter, according to a filing in U.

District Court in Richmond by Federal investigators in Virginia, which was obtained under the Freedom of Information Act and published by the Baltimore Sun on July 6,a losing dog or one whose potential is considered unacceptable faces "being put to death by drowning, strangulation, hanginggun shot, electrocution or some other method". Dogfighting is unacceptable. Hurting animals for human pleasure or staffordshide is despicable. Cruelty is just plain wrong.

With the use of "Adoption Wanted" or "Good Home Needed" posters to track their bait which is used in the training for these "fighters". The bait is mauled or killed in the process. Often bait sfaffordshire are stolen pets, as officials with the Sheriff's Department staffordshkre Pima County, Arizona say they were shocked to discover a few years ago, according to a story by National Geographic News. Some bait animals have been recovered with their teeth ground down to the gums to render them helpless against fighting dogs.

Other animals, such as cats and rabbits are also reported to be used as bait for fighting dogs. Experts have said small dogs, kittens, and rabbits are more at risk of being stolen for bait than larger animals. National Geographic noted that there are no statistics on how many pets are taken and used as bait by dog fighting rings each year.

In Richmond, Virginiawhen a dog fighter was sentenced in Juneit was revealed in court that over brerders dozen of his dogs had to be euthanized, either because of serious illness, injury or malnutrition, or because their training as fighting dogs made them too dangerous for adoption. Untilthe man had kept amfrican pit bulls in the backyard of his house, terrier with heavy chains used for automobile towing. Experts say chaining the animals is a dogfighting technique for building strength.

When an staffordshire control officer arrived in response to a complaint from a neighbor that one of the salems had died, he found the dead dog in a trash can. The others had no food, no state water and no adequate shelter. Jody Jones, program manager of Richmond Animal Care and Control, said in court that the case produced more dogs euthanized than any other case she knows of from her year career in animal control. It's quite tragic for those of us that are kind of left to deal with it and the reality that these animals aren't going to be able to be rehabilitated," she said.

High compared the animals to "a american shaffordshire. And not something we feel very comfortable letting out into the community. However, it has now been established that the dog fighting culture is often intimately connected to other criminal activity, with dog fighters frequently involved in organized crime, racketeering, drug distribution, or gangs, and dog fighting events often facilitating gambling and drug trafficking.

Those children are systematically desensitized to the suffering, and ultimately become criminalized. Before the Federal law was passed, New York already had issued felony penalties up to four years to individuals fighting any types of animals, but some other levels of participation were only misdemeanor offenses. The state of New York considers attending an animal fight to be merely a violation, which ultimately le to a fine.

States surrounding New York like New Jersey and Connecticut passed a bill, stated that attendance at an animal fight is indeed a felony charge.

In all states, it is against the law and often a felony even to attend a dog fighting event, regardless of direct participation. According to authorities, dog fighting is increasingly practiced by gangs, and is linked to other unlawful activities, such as illegal gambling. Violators would face up to one year in prison for attending a fight, and up to three years in prison for bringing a minor to a fight. To combat dog fighting and curb ownership of "dangerous dogs," Breed Specific Legislation BSL has been passed in some countries, as well as in some local and regional jurisdictions.

However, opponents argue that BSL affects responsible pet owners more than those who keep dogs for fighting purposes. Congress earlier in and ed by President George W. Bush on May 3, making organizing a dog fight a felony. Department of Agriculture USDA is pursuing cases in a of locations around the country with considerable support from humane societies and local police departments. But authorities say those in dogfighting circles also are involved in a of saem crimes, including narcotics traffickingillegal gambling and murder.

Many communities in widespread areas across the United States are aggressively targeting dog fighting by coordinating local and regional dog fighting task forces. Inthe police in Los Angeles, California formed an Animal Cruelty Task Force, leading to prosecutions of gang members there for animal abuse.

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Please update this article to reflect recent events or newly available information. June Among those linked to dog fighting is Doug Atkins an NFL player who was an enthusiastic participator in dog fighting, [33] and LeShon Johnsona former NFL running back who received a five-year deferred sentence in after officials seized dogs during a raid of his dog fighting operation that led to 20 people being convicted in Oklahoma.

Portis said that if Vick is charged and convicted of dog fighting, "then you're putting him behind bars for no reason. I don't know if he was fighting dogs or not, but it's his property. It's his dog. If that's what he wants to do, do it. Instead of boxers just beating up on each other, they want to see it go to the death, and with dogs they can let it go that far. To them, dogs are expendable.

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She stated in a story published by the Palm Beach Breefers that she had found that owners of high-dollar fighting dogs spanned all walks of life and social classes, with a common link of "a machismo mentality. They see it as a valid, legitimate sport that is no worse than boxing saleem football. Jay-Z shows dogs being prepared for a fight in the uncensored version of his music video, " 99 Problems ".

Madison Avenue advertising firms have capitalized on the same theme. When Ferrier was criticized about an ad featuring a growling pit bull and Rottweiler about to face off, the company denied the ad encourages dog fighting. The representative went on to state, however, "People have to understand the youth culture we cater to.

Our market is the urban, edgy, hip-hop culture. Yet some people take advantage of their loyalty by forcing them into dog fighting. It's disgusting and a heinous thing to stte. It must be stopped. So me in Knocking Out Dog Fighting. It's cruel, inhumane, and it needs to be stopped.

In the early s the U. I chose my name because I admire the breed for the same reasons. When I hear about pit bulls being used in dog fighting, it makes me angry. I have a choice to step into the cage to fight, but these dogs have no choice.

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staffordsgire Real fighters stand up for what is right to protect those less able to do so. Knock Out Dog Fighting A story in staffogdshire New York Daily News published on June 10,stated "dog fighting is a multi-million-dollar industry that is part of an underground subculture that holds its events in secret locations. It is extremely difficult for authorities to prove who has dogs for fighting purposes.

Authorities found pit bulls — dead and alive — as well as "dogfighting kits", which include harnesses, muzzles, pre-fight training guides, stacks of breeding papers, and even videos on dogfighting. Someone keeps the stats going. In South Carolina, David Tantbreeder of fighting dogs, is serving a year sentence, among the stiffest ever imposed for the crime. Salej, 63, formerly of the Charleston area, pleaded guilty in November to more than 40 counts of illegally breeding fighting dogs, and one assault count connected to a surveyor who was wounded by a booby trap after he wandered onto Tant's property in southern Charleston County.

The surveyor was showered by an explosion of birdshot, injuring him slightly.

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The device was described as a "directional mine" meant to ward off intruders. The investigation of the operation based in Montgomery County, Ohio had lasted a year. More than two dozen arrests were made and more than 60 dogs were seized.

In May, 7 persons in Ohio submitted guilty pleas to state charges. According to several news stories on local television station WLOX17 persons were arrested and fighting dogs from Louisianacrack cocaine and several other illicit drugs were found at the scene and confiscated. Landry once lived in Chalmette, Louisiana.

Federal agents with the Drug Enforcement Administration DEA discovered the dogs and the training compound during etate surveillance relating to an amreican of drug trafficking. Members of the Louisiana Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals came to help take care of the dogs.

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Property owner Landry was one of 14 people named in a Federal drug trafficking indictment involving activity between Mississippi, Louisiana and South Carolina. He faces to 43 ferrier of illegal dog fighting in Harrison County. John Wesley Black and Constance Jean Courtney could spend a minimum of one year in prison per illegal dog fighting charge, and are linked to two dog fighting allegations. Courtney was employed as a veterinarian 's assistant. The property is located in statee Surry County a few miles northwest of the Isle of Wight County town of Smithfield.

The original search began following several narcotics arrests of year-old Davon T. Boddie, Vick's cousin and cook, who had given authorities the address of Vick's property at Moonlight Road, Surry, Virginia as his home address when he was arrested. The investigation eventually involved local, state and Federal authorities. In late April, Vick told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution "I'm never at the house…I left the house with my family…They just haven't been doing the right thing…It's unfortunate I have to take the heat behind it.