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The Champions Review - May 17th 2016, 02:34 AM

Tonight I watched The Champions on Netflix about rescued fighting dogs. One dog named Little was one of Michael Vick's fighting dogs. This poor puppy was terrified of everything: new sounds, new people, and especially going into new rooms. Her owner believes she would associate going into a room with going into a new dog fight where their lives were at risk for human enjoyment. This loving mom would carry Little inside because she was terrified. Now? Little enjoys playing with her sister, going on walks, and goes in the house effortlessly. These dogs don't deserve the cruel treatment they were dealt with. They just want love and safety. A lot of people believe myths about Pit Bulls and other breeds. These dogs are physically the same as other dogs, not any more dangerous. It is the humans that instill hate and fear. This show follows all 22 dogs rescued, proving that they really can be rehabilitated. Now, fighting dogs are given the chance to heal before automatically being euthanized as was done in the past. Such a great documentary, worth a watch.

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