The Humane Society of the United States is the nation’s largest and most powerful animal protection organization, backed by 11 million Americans, or one in every 28. Established in 1954, The HSUS seeks a humane and sustainable world for all animals, including people. We are America’s mainstream force against cruelty, exploitation, and neglect and also the nation’s most trusted voice extolling the human-animal bond.For questions or more information about dog fighting, contact The HSUS’s Animal Cruelty and Fighting Campaign at: firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 452-1100.
As utility workers, postal carriers, or public works employees, you may see signs of dog fighting as you go about your routine installations, deliveries, or maintenance work. We need your help!
Reporting Dog Fighting to the Authorities
Learn more at humanesociety.org/dogfighting
Learn how to spot the signs of dog fighting. If you suspect dog fighting activity, alert your local law enforcement agency and urge officials to contact the HSUS for practical tools, advice and assistance. If you live in one of the states where being a spectator at a dogfight is still a misdemeanor, please write to your state legislators and urge them to make it a felony. Post our dog fighting reward posters (link below) in your community.
Dog fighting is a inhumane blood sport where dogs who have been bred, conditioned and trained to fight are placed in a pit to fight each other for spectator entertainment and profit. Fights average one to two hours, ending when one of the dogs cannot continue. All the resources and information are provided the Humane Society of the United States