Detroit's Stray-Dog Problem: 50,000 and Counting

Packs of stray dogs are roaming the city's streets and vacant homes.
0:39 | 08/22/13

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Bankrupt and deteriorating Detroit is going to the dogs quite literally with the city deep in debt. And -- able to afford basic services like animal control thousands of stray dogs and taken over neighborhoods. Roaming in packs averaging for food and biting people who get in their way. Bloomberg News reports the city estimates 50000 strays now -- the city with aggressive pit bulls bred for dog fighting dominating the population. City's few remaining animal control officers often find packs and -- 70000. Abandoned homes. Humane Society of the United States called the situation quote. Almost post apocalyptic.

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