After receiving complaints, search warrants were executed in this neighborhood on Wednesday.
"We ended up removing eight dogs from the property along with paraphernalia consistent with dog fighting," said Anna Chrisman, spokesperson for the Michigan Humane Society.
And although the dogs were in reasonably good health, Chrisman said the animals will need of some special medical care and "a lot of supportive care as well."
The paraphernalia taken were items that can be used to train dogs to fight.
"From antibiotic kits, suture kits," she said. "You get slap mills for training, there's break sticks and things like that."
The field services team at Michigan Humane will not show FOX 2 the dogs or the paraphernalia seized because both are still evidence for an upcoming trial. But they do say the dog fighting continues to be worth a lot of money.
"I have heard of dogs that get fees of $50 to $70,000 for fights," Chrisman said.
Authorities did not say if anyone was arrested. But dog fighting is a felony and if convicted he could spend years in prison.