Lori Scolaro, Animal Services Field Operation Supervisor
Halfiax Region Police
PO Box 1749
Halifax, NS B3J 3A5
July 30, 2008
Dear Ms. Scolaro:
I am writing this letter in support of Francesca Rogier and her dog Brindi. Brindi has a planned euthanasia occurring on August 7, 2008. I must disagree with this preventable action. I believe that if Francesca takes the right steps by fencing her yard and continuing to use a muzzle on Brindi when out for walks, the problem here can be solved and Brindi can go back home to her loving home. I have known Francesca and Brindi for close to two years and have never been apprehensive to play or pet Brindi. She has on every encounter been a sweet, loving and calm dog. Just three weeks ago, Brindi was at my house muzzled and tied up to the steps leading to my side door as Francesca came in to see my newly painted kitchen. My two dogs were at the fence barking at her, approximately 2-3 feet away and Brindi did not make the slightest sound or show any type of unruly behaviour whatsoever, she just patiently sat there until her Mom came out to continue their walk. Later that evening I went with Francesca and Brindi to a campfire and Brindi simply sat there for the evening and took whatever pat on the head she got from whomever would pat her. She is such a polite and delightful companion.
Please reconsider this dreadful action which is to take place on August 7th and give Brindi another chance.
2740 East Chezzetcook Road