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21 dogs seized from apparent fight training facility

BROOKSVILLE (FOX 13) - A report of an injured dog led Hernando County deputies to an apparent breeding and training facility for dog fighting.

The Hernando County Sheriff's Office said animal enforcement officers went to a home on Leonard Street about an injured dog, where they found a badly injured pup in a cage under the house. The person deputies said lived in the house said he was taking care of the dog for a friend and had been feeding it, but animal control officers didn't find any evidence of food or water.

A vet later determined the dog was used as a bait dog during dog fights and had likely been fought within the past few days.The dog had oozing wounds and exposed muscle, bone and tendons, as well as puncture wounds and infection.

Deputies went to a neighboring home and said they found the breeding and training facility for a dog fighting operation. The person at the home, who said he did not live there, was wearing a shirt reading No Luv Kennels and gave deputies permission to look around.

what can i feed my dog to build up his muscle or any home made recipes for muscle builder?

he is an 18 month old staffodshire bull terrier but has not much muscle

try adding a few cubes of liver to his food, lots of nutrients including iron. And try to exercise him regularly.

Try giving him small amounts of protein foods like chicken or livers. If you give him too much, it may upset his stomach. Also, something you may want to do is get you a long piece of nylon rope (about 2 feet longer than your dog from his collar to

food for pitbulls and pitbull puppies?

Mojo is an adult male pitbull, full blood. He is a year and a half and he is not underweight, but he doesn't have much fat cover. (Pics below) When we would take him swimming this summer, he would just sink. He's not a bully dog but he is solid muscle.

Hello there. Two important points to make here. First off, have you taken your adult pitt bull to the vet to rule out any medical issues that may be causing him to not want to eat. If you have not, that is the very first thing I would do because there

Mojo doesn't look underweight to me. Healthy pits look like body-builders: ripped. :)

Feed the puppy adult food. Puppy food is a scam. You want him to grow slowly so he can have a healthy adulthood.

If you're really

WOW he is a cutie! He looks very healthy and well cared for! I would suggest going to PetSmart or PetCo. My dogs are on Science Diet and they maintain their weight and are very healthy on it. They can answer any health questions you may have about your