By John Barker, Loganville Patch
Find out how you recognize a dog-fighting operation and how to report it to Georgia authorities.
GWINNETT COUNTY, GA — National Dog Fighting Awareness Day came and went last Sunday without much hoopla. Gwinnett County Sheriff Butch Conway was one of the few to recognize it, doing so on his department’s Facebook page. His spokeswoman called the vicious activity “a terrible betrayal by mankind.” Animal advocates say dog-fighting rings continue to operate, often in rural parts of the state, and shelters are rehabbing the tortured animals for life in a home…READ MORE >