Brampton simply refuses to listen to common sense and realize they are under no obligation to randomly, so called identify mutts as "pitbulls" and rip them out of loving homes.
For Brittany and Rambo — a couple of dogs labelled as pit bulls — life is, well, the pits.
So say the owners of the dogs, which remain in the custody of Brampton Animal Services, having been seized Jan. 13 on the assumption they’re pit bulls.
Rui Branco, whose brother, Joseph, owns Brittany, says the family vet was denied access by the city to visit the caged animals Tuesday, a day after the city gave permission.
He said it’s a stressful situation for the families because they don’t know what conditions the dogs are living in.
“Monday afternoon, we negotiated with the city that he could come and then at 12:38 p.m. on Tuesday afternoon, they send my lawyer a letter telling us the vet can’t come and the city will provide us with a report on the welfare of the animals,” Branco, 42, said. “They didn’t give us a reason.”