I went in front of the justice of the peace yesterday I was being sued for a stray dog that was left all day without water, food, or any kind of care, the person who claimed to be the owner has stated multiple times to two different police officers myself my husband and other people that she had no... Read more »
If he's your dog, then of course you can get vaccination and license records from your Veterinarian or the Humane Society and a receipt for purchase or adoption from the ASPCA that you can take to the Sheriff's Office to file a theft complaint. Then you can build a fence around your yard
Is fenced in with an approx 4’ fence that has multiple holes and imperfections. The dogs are frequently left outside unaccompanied for long hours/full days regardless of weather (storms/heat/etc). I have to bring my small breed dog right past their fence to go into my yard to do his business. The... Read more »
If you live in a Apartments Complex that’s gated. Is it a law that tents has to have insurance on they pit bulls in Louisiana. The landlord only make them pay him and when I question him he said oh no, Nobody can’t have pits over here but they over here they be running around at times. Also in... Read more »
The puppy was vet checked and had a clear bill of health before leaving my home. My contract states they have 72 hours max to get the puppy in with a vet for a wellness checkup and send me proof that this had been done. If this isn't done my health guarantee is voided. The client didn't... Read more »
Absolutely not. Call the Animal Control and the police if someone has hurt your pet. Then build a fence. Next call the Justice of the Peace and file suit against them for any Veterinary bills, the price of the pet, lost income from breeding the pet, money expended for the pet's license and...Read more »
My dog went missing from our home in Louisiana, I was contacted yesterday that her microchip was scanned at a Vets office. After confirming my contact information, I was told it is up to the people that have my dog to contact me. She was taken from our home in Louisiana. What should I do next?... Read more »
I lived with my dad and his current wife in Louisiana until I was 16 then I moved in with my mom in California. I'm 18 now and I want to get my dog from him that he kept and wouldn't let me have at the time. Is there any way to do this legally?
Say so and a tag on her collar. I’ve bought everything for this dog besides the tag and collar and leash she has. He wants her back but has no way to afford to provide guaranteed vet care or food and he’s currently said he plans to live in his car with her. And that if he got a job she’d just... Read more »
This has been going on for 2 years. They bark incessantly day and night. I can't enjoy being outside during the day and I can't sleep at night without earplugs, headphones and a fan, and usually that isn't enough. I've kept recording of the barking, of when I call the police... Read more »
Both of our dogs got out together. A lady saw the them together & was able to get 1 dog, but not the other. She brought her to the SPCA & said that a man in a truck got our other dog, but unfortunately he never brought her to the SPCA. Is it possible to obtain public traffic camera footage... Read more »
The video shows me leaving my place with my 2 dogs on the leash but some reason the camera went out with us coming back in. My smaller dog was attack by an unleashed dog and I fell trying to hold on to my other dog that ran away and the another dog chased him. Well the owner of those 2 dogs... Read more »
The dog back, saying that he’s technically not my dog since I haven’t paid for him, but I have texts showing that he told me I could get him his money at the end of the week of October 10th. He’s threatened to call the cops, and he refuses to give me his shot record/bill of sale. What can I do ?
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