Brindi faces new charges from HRM's Animal Control -
1. Owning a dog that runs at large
2. Owning a dog that attacked another dog
3. Owning a dog that failed to comply with a muzzle order
Has to appear before a judge on February 5th in Dartmouth
I think this is excellent news for Brindi and Francesca - this is the day in court that she should have gotten 6 months ago. This is the day in court that all the people have gotten on the bylaw infraction sheet that Francesca has posted at her post "See this chart to compare Brindi's chart to others"
Maybe this is Animal Control Services finally doing the right thing - giving Francesca her day in court - this is the best case scenario - now she will go to court on February 5th - plead guilty to owning a dog that runs at large - have the other 2 charges withdrawn, pay a fine of $222 - and take Brindi home later that day.
If that's the case - then Brindi wouldn't even be considered a dangerous dog after that point - because she hasn't been found guilty of having a dog that attacked another dog.
Tonight's news piece -