Fight for life

Nova Scotia woman has spent two years, $30,000 fighting for dog sentenced to euthanasia.

She has set aside her plans to apply for landed immigrant status and to seek an architecture licence in Canada to save the dog. Her home renovations are on hold as she pays legal fees.

Rogier said she wants Brindi to be part of her home again.

“It’s time and money, but you can’t replace a dog. You can’t replace a member of the family,” Rogier said.

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