The Humane Society of the U.S. defines dogfighting as a “sadistic contest” — in which two dogs — specifically bred, conditioned and trained to fight — are placed in a pit or a small arena enclosed by plywood walls or bales of hay to fight each other for the spectators’ entertainment and gambling.
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