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Supporters

Dear Commissioners- And Assistant Fairfield County Prosecutor Jason Dolin

We respectfully demand that you stop gassing dogs with carbon monoxide at the Fairfield County Dog Shelter. We also respectfully ask that you allow pit bulls to be adopted out of your facility to rescues and adopters outside of your county. The "Myth" of liability is simply an excuse- There are many shelters within our great state that regularly adopt pit bulls to the general public. If liability is still a concern then a simple release that would take less than 1 hour of a paralegals time to type up and less than 10 minutes for Mr. Dolin to review could save hundreds of dogs per year and generate additional income for your facility through positive rescue relationships.

Furthermore, the current possible liability that your facility holds for violations of the Ohio Revised Code section. 959.13 due to the use of the Carbon Monoxide Chamber far outweigh any liability that a simple release allowing adoptions out of your county .
Please consider this note not only a polite plea for CHANGE within your county but also a Notice Of Intent To Sue if those changes are not made.

Respectfully-
Urgent Ohio Dogs (aka) Urgent Ohio and THOUSANDS who Care

Letter to
Commissioner Steve Davis
Commissioner Judy Shupe
Commissioner Mike Kiger
I just signed the following petition addressed to: Mike Kiger, Steve Davis, Judy Shupe, Jason Dolin.

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Stop The Gassing At Fairfield County Dog Shelter

Dear Commissioners- And Assistant Fairfield County Prosecutor Jason Dolin

We respectfully demand that you stop gassing dogs with carbon monoxide at the Fairfield County Dog Shelter. We also respectfully ask that you allow pit bulls to be adopted out of your facility to rescues and adopters outside of your county. The "Myth" of liability is simply an excuse- There are many shelters within our great state that regularly adopt pit bulls to the general public. If liability is still a concern then a simple release that would take less than 1 hour of a paralegals time to type up and less than 10 minutes for Mr. Dolin to review could save hundreds of dogs per year and generate additional income for your facility through positive rescue relationships.

Furthermore, the possible liability that your facility holds for violations of the Ohio Revised Code section. 959.13 due to the use of the Carbon Monoxide Chamber far outweigh any liability that a simple release allowing adoptions out of your county .
Please consider this note not only a polite plea for CHANGE within your county but also a Notice Of Intent To Sue if those changes are not made.

Respectfully-
Urgent Ohio Dogs (aka) Urgent Ohio and THOUSANDS who Care
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Sincerely,