The Champions, now on Netflix, is awesome. It deals with what happened to the dogs who were traumatized by Michael Vick's dogfighting operation. It also deals with the stereotyping of the pit bull & how idiotic it is. I knew that Best Friends took a lot of the dogs but I didn't know about other groups and that some of the dogs were fostered and then adopted. Amazingly, many of the well experienced foster parents chose these dogs, the ones hurt so badly, to become their forever children. One of the people who adopted one of the dogs was a broadcaster who tried to ask Vick if he cared what happened to the dogs. His additional info about Vick & his operation (from a USDA report) was sickening and he described the feelings he has about Vick's post felony success very well. Esp his thoughts over Vick getting the key to a major city. It is a awesome movie that gives some of the background as to what happened to the dogs and how much work went into figuring everything out. They even spoke to the Guardian/Special Master appointed by the judge to figure out what to do to the dogs. I really think the dog lovers here, esp any with pit bulls, will love this movie.