The assistant superintendent of a Southern California school district is facing felony dog fighting charges after more than a dozen pit bulls being kept in crates filled with urine and feces were allegedly discovered in her home.
A revised ordinance that would have further regulated vicious dogs in Orange County was rejected Tuesday after criticism from several dog owners.
There is a brutal trend in the illegal dog fighting circuit that sacrifices smaller animals as bait to excite the dogs before they go in the ring. CBS2’s Mike Dinow reports on “bait animals” and how more of them are being dumped, clinging to life, in the desert, and are in need of a good home.
A man and woman pleaded no contest Wednesday to dog fighting and an array of other charges related to pit bulls found at a Lake Los Angeles home.
Michael Vick and the Humane Society said on Monday that an application built to run on Google Inc.’s Android software glorifies dogfighting.