> Why police run into off leash area?
Chrissy Field is not an off-leash area. That's the first of the many colossal lies told by the defenders of the pit bull "Charlie."
Dogs are allowed to be off-leash in Chrissy Field if under control of their people. But Chrissy Field is also heavily used by joggers, bicyclists, people playing Frisbee, people playing other ball games and badminton, sunbathers, and small children.
A dog who cannot be safely off-leash among large numbers of exercising people and animals does not belong at Chrissy Field at all.
Editor, ANIMAL PEOPLE
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