Vick Pit Bulls Face Deadline

August 23, 2007

Authorities collected more than 50 dogs from the property back in April, many of them found beaten and scarred.

CBS19 spoke with Suzanne Kogut with the SPCA here in Charlottesville about the issue. “Dogs that have been trained to fight and someone's gone out of their way to make them aggressive, I do not think make good family pets and they probably should be humanely euthanized.” She added, “I think that's a very difficult dog to put out in public.”

Local authorities in the eastern part of the state say if no one claims the pit bulls, they could be put up for adoption or simply be put to sleep.

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