Letter: Thank you, Michael Briggs

Posted 3/15/23

To the editor: Do you know Michael Briggs? Well, you should! He is Warren’s animal control officer, and he does a fantastic job. My dog was attacked by a dog three times her size. My dog …

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Letter: Thank you, Michael Briggs

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To the editor:

Do you know Michael Briggs? Well, you should! He is Warren’s animal control officer, and he does a fantastic job.

My dog was attacked by a dog three times her size. My dog suffered serious injuries. We called Michael and Michael took control. He did a super job. My dog, Baby Joy, was taken to the Warren Animal Hospital, where she received wonderful care. Of course, Michael was always involved. He called my home numerous times informing us of my dog’s condition.

I am amazed at his dedication to his work. My family and myself are grateful. Thanks to Michael and the Warren Animal Hospital, my dog is doing better. It will take time, but she is in recovery. She had eye surgery, teeth removed, and there still is more work to be done.

Michael, you are a terrific asset to the Town of Warren. You do and are doing a great job by providing care and understanding to people in need, like myself and my family. My family and I are proud to know you. Keep up the good work. By the way, Baby Joy loves you!

Joseph and Dottie Travers (and Baby Joy)
80 Fatima Drive

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