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Dog Fighters Cruelly Force Dog To Swim With Weighted Collar

Published: July 14, 2020 at 06:55 AM Author: Penny Eims

Ft. Worth, Texas – Dog fighters in Ft. Worth, Texas, have been captured on video forcing a tethered dog to swim with a weighted collar. The cruel practice is used to condition dogs to have endurance for bloody fights to the death and the local authorities MUST take action to stop it!

In a social media post on July 9, a concerned citizen requests help, and expresses dismay over the lack of care and concern from the local authorities:

“We need HELP immediately. Two of the persons in this video have a long history of dogfighting, training, and breeding. They are connected to known dog-fighters in Dallas, TX and Houston, TX. Ft Worth Police were provided information about these persons in April 2020 and nothing has been done.”

We must come together to get the police involved – this is a despicable practice that must be brought to an end!

An explanation has been provided about what is being seen in the video which is circulating on social media:

When the video begins, the dog is already treading water in the lake (Lake Arlington, West side, Eugene McCray Park) When the video ends 28 minutes later, the dog is still treading water, being forced to swim to keep its head above water. This video has been shown to attorneys who agree it meets the standards of cruelty.

Though this is an obvious form of cruelty, the authorities have declined to pursue an investigation and charges. We must come together to let the authorities know that this is something that must be stopped. We must show them that it is something that we care about. Dog fighting is an ugly, heinous “sport” that must be eradicated.

Click here to watch the video of the dog being forced to swim with the weighted collar. Another video showing suspects at this link.

We will be sending your signatures and comments to the local authorities and the mayor, as well as to the Fort Worth visitor bureau. Enough is enough!

Update 7/16/2020: Read our letter to Councilmember Gyna Biven here   Read our letter to Police Chief Ed Kraus here


* Individuals are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.


Dog Fighters Cruelly Force Dog To Swim With Weighted Collar

179 signatures = 1% of goal

179 Sertain Claudine enfoire!sg Jul 01, 2022
178 DeAnn Hill Jun 30, 2022
177 Sheila Moore You sick mother fuker Jun 26, 2022
176 Olga Espinoza Jun 23, 2022
175 Gloria H Jun 22, 2022
174 Cornelia Herschel Human beasts like these disgusting animal abusers deserve to be tortured themselves. I hate these vile monsters so much that I would put every single one of them in a sack and set it on fire!!!!!!! Jun 22, 2022
173Anonymous Jun 22, 2022
172 Carolyn Cooper Jun 22, 2022
171 Rochelle Massey Jun 21, 2022
170 Amanda Briggs Jun 21, 2022
169 Marsha Andrews Jun 21, 2022
168 Kristen Tirado Jun 19, 2022
167 Ann RIgano This is sick and disgusting. I would like to have these so called humans weighted like the dogs and dragged over water. But am sure they will get off easy as usual because the victims are not human. Doesn't matter ... they are still living, breathing creatures and deserve way better in life than to be around morons like these people. Jun 19, 2022
166 Angela Steinberg Jun 18, 2022
165 Debbie Mccollum Jun 12, 2022
164 Gary Simmons Jun 09, 2022
163 Aennelore Raab Jun 06, 2022
162 Loredana Bernabei Anyone who Abuses and Neglects Animals is a Scumbag and a POS! Jun 05, 2022
161 Carie Matriciano Jun 02, 2022
160 Grace Vendemio Jun 02, 2022
159 Cheryle Lefort Jun 02, 2022
158 L T Jun 02, 2022
157Anonymous Put weighted collars on the POS dogfighters throw them in the water and leave them there. Then they would see how it feels. Low life scum. May 30, 2022
156 Sara Sampkin May 29, 2022
155 Janice VanMarter May 29, 2022
154 Marion Friedl May 22, 2022
153 Alessia Di Buono May 14, 2022
152 Adrienne Kaiser May 05, 2022
151 Angela Dennis May 05, 2022
150 Deborah knox Evil. Serious jail time heavy fines. I mean serious jail time 25 years or more. May 01, 2022