367 Dogs Were Rescued In The Second Largest Dogfighting Raid In U.S. History

Don't worry, all the dogs are doing fine now!

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According to Tampa television station WFLA, the dogs were found emaciated, tethered to heavy chains, and many were without access to food or water.

Here's just one of the precious animals rescued in a dog fighting raid.

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Here's just one of the precious animals rescued in a dog fighting raid.

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Suspects were arrested in Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, and Texas, and the dogs were rescued not from fighting pits, but "dog yards."

DOGS SEIZED: In multi- state fighting raid. 1 yard had 114 dogs chained w/ no water FRM: @ASPCA

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DOGS SEIZED: In multi- state fighting raid. 1 yard had 114 dogs chained w/ no water FRM: @ASPCA

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ASPCA workers rescued some dogs as young as only a few days old.

367 dogs seized in AL, MS and GA in what is believed to be the second-largest #dogfighting raid in U.S. history.

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367 dogs seized in AL, MS and GA in what is believed to be the second-largest #dogfighting raid in U.S. history.

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