Community Service

In 2008, we implemented a tip line enabling the public a way to confidentially report dog fighting. Once we conduct the investigation, we work with law enforcement to secure warrants, raids, and the prosecution of those involved.

Since 2008, we have conducted hundreds of investigations of potential dog fighting resulting in dozens over 40 of raids, over 80 successful prosecutions, and the confiscation of over 1000 fighting dogs.

One of the 1000 dogs rescued from a recent dogfight is Bella. Bella lost her leg in a dogfight and was being used as a breeder for other fighter dogs. After a successful recuse mission Bella was adopted and now lives comfortably in Georgia.

Our dog fighting work is done 100 percent pro bono. We do not accept donations.