Surge in number of dog fight injuries

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The charity said a new wave of what is known as chain fighting, or rolling, has seen increasing numbers of badly-injured dogs needing treatment.

The practice sees young men gather in "ad-hoc" places like parks where they hold two animals on chains and egg them on to fight.

Vet David Grant, director of the RSPCA's Harmsworth Animal Hospital in London, said he was seeing "unprecedented levels" of injuries.

"We see two or three fights most days. At the weekend it can be quite bad, a few weekends ago we had ten. continues here

EDITOR'S Comment: And we have to ask ourselves wryly, “I wonder who the perpetrators are…”

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