Search Search Search Topic Animal Health Disease Prevention & Treatment Cruelty & Disasters Disaster Preparedness & Response Animal Cruelty Investigations (-) Animal Fighting Active FiltersAnimal Fighting Group 9 Clear All ASPCA Anti-Cruelty Behavior Team The ASPCA works with both the victims of animal cruelty cases and the animal perpetrators of serious attacks against people. Resources for Cruelty Investigations When investigation into cruelty cases is needed, our tools can help you identify needs, accurately record information and move to a successful prosecution. Anti-Cruelty Group Forensic Services Veterinarians, animal behaviorists, legal experts, and others who specialize in helping animals involved in serious crimes. Are Breed-Specific Laws Effective? How best to deal with dangerous and potentially dangerous dogs can be a confusing and touchy issue. Differentiating Between Spontaneous and Organized Dogfighting Injuries Learn the difference between injuries sustained from organized dogfighting and those sustained in spontaneous fights among pets. Sample Documents for Cruelty Cases These documents can help you collect and document the evidence in an animal cruelty case that will be needed for a successful prosecution. Dogfighting FAQ for Animal Shelters A FAQ about dogfighting written for shelters from The Dogfighting Toolkit for Law Enforcement. Dogfighting FAQ for Veterinarians A FAQ about dogfighting written for veterinarians from The Dogfighting Toolkit for Law Enforcement. Animal Cruelty Research Learn about the ASPCA’s groundbreaking research on dogfighting, animal cruelty, and animal neglect. Organized Dogfighting and Canine Babesiosis Discover the high-level results of an ASPCA study on canine Babesia gibsoni infections and dogfighting, including takeaways for veterinarians and other animal welfare professionals.