Video Blog: Dog fights...culture and cruelty

Dog fighting is a blood sport that has been practised for centuries around the world, and continues in Pakistan.

Maati Tv September 16, 2011
Dog fighting is a blood sport that has been practised for centuries around the world.

In Pakistan dog fighting is also a popular sport; a fighter dog takes two years to get ready for fighting. It’s a knockout game, once a dog loses a fight, it cannot qualify in any tournament in Pakistan ever again.

This film is on a dog fight tournament held in Sargodha.

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Mohsin | 12 years ago | Reply @J.C. How about the Bull Fighting in Spain? Well I don't support dog fighting either but nobody complains about bull fighting where humans are killing Animals brutally. Do bulls really have choice? Aren't they prepared for fight? How many people got a slap on wrist for doing this?
Noman Ansari | 12 years ago | Reply @shakeeb: Dude... WWE IS NOT REAL! Oh my god! Repeat after me: Ghalib film = real Animal cruelty = real The Undertaker, waking up from the dead after being smacked on the head with a ten foot pole = FAKE
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