Petition: These Men Forced Their Pit Bull to Tear Apart a Young Puppy and Filmed it. Demand Justice for Snoop.

by: Care2 Team
target: Pickens County Sheriff’s Office

77,911 SUPPORTERS – 80,000 GOAL

Chase Davidson had heard there was a dog fighting problem in Pickens County, Alabama, but he had no idea just how real it was. That was until his two dogs went missing but only one came back alive.

Chase’s dog Avery and her puppy Snoop disappeared last month. He was worried sick but luckily he was able to relocate Avery. However, Snoop was still nowhere to be found.

Snoop had been killed, and when Chase learned the gruesome details of his death he almost couldn’t believe it. Someone had approached him with a video that contained Snoops final moments. In it, you see Snoop attacked by a pit bull and dragged off by the neck. Shortly afterward you hear someone yell “Kill it, kill it, kill it,” then another person reaches in the video and shakes the puppy as to entice the pit bull to fight even harder.

The video was so disturbing that the local news decided not to include it in their story.

This kind of dog abuse unfortunately happens all over the country but Pickens County, with the new video evidence, has a chance to stomp it out within their borders. Police have launched an investigation into the incident but it is important to make sure this case remains a priority. Dog fighting is a scourge that needs to be rooted out and our voices can make a difference.

Please sign the petition and ask Pickens County Sheriff’s Office to continue their search for the perpetrators and work to end the dog fighting rings within their county.

https://www.thepetitionsite.com/925/055/032/these-men-forced-their-pit-bull-to-tear-apart-a-young-puppy-and-filmed-it.-demand-justice-for-snoop./?TAP=1732&utm_source=Green+Monster+Mailing+List&utm_campaign=33f1cf373b-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2017_05_07_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_bbf62ddf34-33f1cf373b-106049477

 

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