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ASPCA designates April 8th “National Dog Fighting Awareness Day”

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To bring awareness to the cruelty of dog fighting, the ASPCA (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) has designated April 8th as the “National Dog Fighting Awareness Day. In an effort to take action and stop the cruelty of dog fighting, the ASPCA asks that you use the hashtag #NDFAD.

Dog fighting is considered a felony in every state, but the problem continues to be popular in underground dog fighting rings. Owners train their loving and loyal animals to kill other dogs for the entertainment of a disgusting audience. Let’s help put a stop to this horrible act and let others know that we will not stand for any kind of animal abuse.

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