Sons Of Anarchy star Theo Rossi has spoken to The Humane Society's All Animals Magazine about how he owes his life to dogs.

Video: Join Theo Rossi in Becoming an HSI Street Dog Defender Today

What made you want to help street dogs?

I’ve never lived a single day of my life without animals of some type on the ride with me. Dogs were always one of them, and dogs have been my right hand for as long as I can remember. Without them, there is no me. I owe my life to dogs and all animals.

In a scene from Sons of Anarchy, the gang breaks up a dogfighting ring, rescuing a pit bull. How did you discuss that with fans?

I usually explain that we were able to accomplish that scene with two beautiful brother and sister pits named Bonnie and Clyde, who were actually filmed while playing. The scene was important to everyone because cast and crew were a team of animal lovers.

How valuable can shows like yours be in terms of focusing attention on issues like dogfighting?

Sons of Anarchy was seen all over the world by people with different backgrounds. When we show these characters saying that they’re vehemently against dogfighting, maybe we can change a few things.

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