Saturday, February 9, 2008
Culturegarage.com -- an intersection of cars and culture -- recently posted some remarkable and frightening photos of a Honda S200s that appears to have been used as a chew toy for a gigantic, potentially steroid-enhanced, pit bull dog. As the author states, context is lacking, so speculate to your heart's desire.
In an article about Michael Vick, The Humane Society says that at least 20,000 -- and perhaps as many as 40,000 dogs -- are involved in dog fighting contests a year. Henry McMaster, also quoted in the article, said he's heard of pit bulls being injected with steroids to make them stronger and having cocaine rubbed on their gums so they will be even "more hyped up" for a fight.
This dog may have some of both.
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| 2/10/2008 12:17 PM |
This picture is horrific...if it's not doctored, the website owner should contact the SPCA and law enforcement, and try to track the IP address. That animal has been injected with steroids, and is being trained to kill other dogs, or protect some drug dealers operation. That is not a pet.
I would bet my life that the owners of that dog are criminals.