Donkey-baiting was quite common during the Victorian era, but was never popular with the masses. This had less to do with not wanting to exploit the animal, but rather that the donkey offered little appeal, as it was rarely possible to make it attack the dogs.
- Fleig, D. (1996). History of Fighting Dogs. pg 118 - 119 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
|This animal rights-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|