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Dogfighting Tool Kit for Law Enforcement
The U.S. Department of Justice's Office of Community Policing Services and the ASPCA have partnered to develop The Dogfighting Toolkit for Law Enforcement, an invaluable resource aimed at assisting law enforcement agencies in addressing dogfighting.
The toolkit is available free of charge from the Department of Justice to law enforcement agencies, investigators, prosecutors, animal control officers, veterinarians, and interested community partners. Order The Dogfighting Toolkit for Law Enforcement.
The Dogfighting Toolkit includes:
- 96-page illustrated manual, including the Dogfighting Community Action Guide
- Registration information for the accompanying free online course Combating Dogfighting
- Quick Reference Card on recognizing and preventing dogfighting
- Dogfighting FAQs for Animal Shelters
- Dogfighting FAQs for Veterinarians
- And much more!
Note: you may download the Dogfighting Community Action Guide today.
Meet Marley, the "face" of the Dogfighting Toolkit
Thought to be a former bait dog, Marley was dumped at a veterinary clinic in rural Canada on Christmas Eve, suffering from massive injuries that pointed to dogfighting.
This easy-to-use interactive reference guide introduces the terms and lingo involved in dogfighting. Click here.