Dog-baiting

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Azim Azimzade, Dog baiting, 1938

Dog-baiting is the setting of game dogs against a chained or confined animal as a bloodsport. The dogs bite and tear to subdue the opposing animal by incapacitating or killing it. It is illegal in most countries with varying levels of enforcement.

Laws[edit]

Baiting is illegal under section 445 of the criminal code in Canada.[1]

Baiting is also illegal in the United States of America. 7 U.S.C. § 2156.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ [1]
  • Fleig, D. (1996). History of Fighting Dogs. T.F.H. Publications. ISBN 0-7938-0498-1
  • Homan, M. (2000). A Complete History of Fighting Dogs. Howell Book House Inc. ISBN 1-58245-128-1