Saturday, May 8, 2010

Authorities Seize 25 Dogs From Possible Dog Fighting In New Mexico

Photo by Robin Zielinski

The Dona Ana County Animal Control have rescued twenty five dogs in Las Cruces, N.M. that might have been used in dog fights. The dogs were taken from David Swann on a search warrant and the place didn’t look to good when they arrived.

The County Animal Control Director Curtis Childress said: Equipment indicative of dog fighting, like a blood spattered wooden treadmill called a slat mill and jaw strengthening rope implements was discovered.

Read the article by Ashley Meeks here.


Anonymous said...

Oh my Dog! that is so cruel.
Hope those rescued dogs find some good furever homes.
Btw, we are here from the blog hop.nice meeting u.
wags, Bud n Gin

Two Little Cavaliers said...

Stopping by to say hello from Pet Blogger Hop! I am so excited to meet new Pet Bloggers thank you for linking up.

Two Little Cavaliers,
Davinia & Indiana

We hope those dogs can be put into loving homes and the people fighting them made to pay.

For the Love of Dogs said...

I hope they are able to rehabilitate those dogs. I'm happy they were found and the fighting was put to an end. Awful awful people.