Dogs saved in dog fighting raid look for new homes in Maine
PORTLAND (WGME) -- Four dogs seized in the second-largest dog fighting raid in US history are looking for homes in Maine.
Last year, 367 pit bull terriers were taken from a multi-state dog fighting raid in Alabama, Mississippi, and Georgia.
The Animal Refuge League of Greater Portland is working to find four of these dogs new homes.
The four dogs were part of the seizure, but did not actually participate in any dog fighting.
They've gone through training, evaluation and have been in foster homes since their arrival in Maine.
The dogs will officially go up for adoption Saturday morning.