New book details successful rehab of former fighting dogs

09/21/2010 | National Public Radio

The team assigned to work on rehabilitating 47 of the 49 pit bulls confiscated from Michael Vick's fighting compound succeeded well beyond their expectations, according to a new book from author Jim Gorant. The national case put a spotlight on the breed, and offered animal behaviorists the rare chance to immerse themselves in the rehab process. The result: Many of the dogs now have new lives as family pets, while the others continue to live in peace at sanctuaries.

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