Want to learn how to help fight dog fighting??? The ASPCA has officially designated Tuesday, April 8th as National Dog Fighting Awareness Day to raise awareness about dog fighting brutality, and will be hosting a Google+ Hangout with national experts to discuss the underground world of dog fighting, and YOU are invited!
ASPCA National Dog Fighting Awareness Day Google+ Hangout: Tuesday, April 8 from 7-8 EST
The panel will be moderated by ABC News anchor Dan Harris and will include little-known truths about the blood sport and its continued prevalence in America. The Hangout will discuss the issue of dogfighting, the ASPCA’s efforts to tackle this brutal crime and what people can do to help. The Hangout will also feature a dog rescued from a dog fighting case and given a second chance in a loving home.
During the Google+ Hangout, there will be live social media Q&As across Facebook, Twitter and Google+ in which you, your friends and family will be able to submit questions about dog fighting with the hashtag #NDFAD and ASPCA experts will be answering them live. Invite every pet lover you know to join you!
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ASPCA National Dog Fighting Awareness Day also features:
- The premiere of a never-before-seen short documentary, including undercover footage of dog fights, ASPCA rescue activity at dog fighting raids and expert insight
- An interactive quiz that debunks common misconceptions about dog fighting and the dogs and people involved in this so-called sport
- A “virtual museum” photo gallery of dog fighting and training paraphernalia, including dog treadmills, fighting pits and narcotics used to increase aggression before a fight
- Profiles of dog fighting victims rescued by the ASPCA — most recently from the second-largest dog fighting raid in U.S. history