In 2007, a group of dogs were saved from organized torture in NFL player Michael Vick’s backyard. His dog fighting ring was liberated and he was put in jail for his atrocities.

Many people believed that the dogs found at his house weren’t fit to live in homes, because of their killer instincts. That just isn’t true, and the Best Friends Animal Society agrees. They took in 22 dogs, which became known as “Vicktory Dogs.” They were saved from that horrible place… and found loving, amazing homes. They found ‘victory’ in love.

Here are their stories.


In 2007, a group of dogs were saved from organized torture in NFL player Michael Vick’s backyard.

 

Many people believed that the dogs found at his house weren’t fit to live in homes, because of their killer instincts. The Best Friends Animal Society took in 22 dogs, which became known as “Vicktory Dogs.” Since then, they’ve all found loving homes.

 

CLICK HERE TO READ THEIR STORIES.

Those rescued pooches proved everyone wrong. Best Friends Animal Sanctuary took in 22 dogs and set out to prove that these dogs could be turned around.