Some say, it's just an animal or not my business. But in reality dog fighting brings not only animal cruelty to your neighborhood, but also likely gang affiliation, drugs, and the criminals that are involved in these rings. They effect families, schools, and neighborhoods.
These rings do not advertise except in their small circles. You may see frequent gatherings of people in a desolate area. There may be frequent dogs that come and go. Dog fighters will usually have a large amount of medical supplies (gauze, stitching material, saline bags), because wounded dogs don't usually go to a veterinarian.
Many rings are mobile or disposable. Plywood or old doors for walls and roll up carpet. You will likely find start lines chalked on the floor.
So, what do you do if you have information on dog fighting? Contact your local law enforcement. Explain in detail what you have observed and when. Of course some are afraid to come forward or just don't want their name involved. In those circumstances, contact your nearest CrimeStoppers and file an anonymous report. Please remember to leave as many details as possible to help investigators resolve a dog fighting issue quickly.
Dog fighting is society's concern. We can work together to make a better and safer community for everyone.