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Help Abused Dogs: Sign Our Petition!

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What Happens After They're Rescued?
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Between the moment of rescue and the happily-ever-after of adoption, theres often an agonizingly long period of uncertainty in the life of a dog who was used for fighting.Too many of these innocent victims are held by the government for months or years while court cases drag on.Even with the best care, many deteriorate as their stress and behavior issues grow worse.

We can fix this. Urge the U.S. Attorney General to support the HEART (Help Extract Animals from Red Tape) Act, a federal bill that will help victims of animal fighting get rehabilitated and rehomed faster. Dont delaythese animals have suffered enough.
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