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Dog Fighting in Some European Countries

Orhan Yżlmaz.

Abstract
Aim of this paper is to revise dog fighting in some European countries. Dog fighting has been illegal in some world countries such as Canada, USA, in most South American countries, Australia, Afghanistan, India, Japan, Pakistan, and the Republic of South Africa. These blood sports were officially eliminated in 1835 as Britain began to introduce animal welfare laws. Dog fighting and the possession of any fighting equipment designed for dog fighting is illegal in. In Russia which has part of Europe dogfighting is prohibited in much of the West.

Key words: Canis familiaris, Pit Bull, Blood Sport, Illegal Sports, Animal Fight



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