The practice of hounding is centuries old and represents an example of one of the earliest forms of cooperation between man and dog. In Wisconsin, it is legal to turn a pack of dogs loose on predators such as wolves and bears.
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With the announcement over the weekend that Michael Vick has been signed to the New York Jets, a social media advocacy campaign was launched in an effort to remove Vick from the Jets roster.
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More than five dozen dogs have a lot to be thankful for this Thanksgiving after authorities from an international animal protection organization rescued them from a suspected dog fighting operation.
Heineken has launched an investigation after photo of a dogfight show was posted online with banners of the company flying in the arena. Beer drinkers have threatened to boycott Heineken because of the photo believed to have been taken in Mongolia.
Michael Vick, the American football player who served 21 months in prison for dog fighting, is scheduled to appear on a Capitol Hill to speak about legislation which would penalize those who support animal fighting.
A lot of people are angry at Michael Vick about that dog thing. Kind of like they're mad at O.J. about the wife thing. Barry Bonds and steroid, along with Isaiah Washington and slurs. There's so much to be mad at, but the color of rage remains the same.
"I think, you know, we don't say anything about people who shoot deer or shoot other animals. You know, from what I hear, dogfighting is a sport. It's just behind closed doors." Marbury said, according to Albany TV station Capital News 9.
Finally arraigned last month on charges stemming from a brutal dog fighting ring who's activities took place at his Georgia home, Vick had maintained his innocence, until 3 co-defendants cut plea deals and severely incriminated the Falcons Quarterback
In light of the illegal dog fighting indictment brought upon Atlanta Falcons star quarterback Michael Vick, the NFL was quick to decry the crimes but so far has refused to take any action against Vick.
Quarterback Michael Vick of the NFL's Atlanta Falcons was indicted yesterday on federal charges related to dog-fighting. It is being alleged that he took part in an enterprise that trained dogs to fight to the finish, known as death matches.