Lancaster, PA asked in Animal / Dog Law and Identity Theft for Pennsylvania

Q: My son bought a purebred English lab Jun16,2018 she was 8wks old. Very smart. Got along with my American Staffordshire.

We didn't know we were only permitted 1 ADA dog so we ask this couple a week ago to watch her until things changed. Well they did and we were granted permission for her. Now they refuse to give her back. Even though we hold the receipts to her and her akc paperwork.

*it was only after 3mo. She would considered we guessed not to be ours or want us.* what do we do?? Please HELP We ALL(Mom[very Disabled and out of sorts now],girlfriend[anxiety],her son[autism],willow[mom's ADA PUPPY],and me[Aniexty])need and want her back ASAP!!!!

1 Lawyer Answer

Kathryn Hilbush

Answered
  • Media, PA
  • Licensed in Pennsylvania

A: I suggest that you go to your local district court and file a civil complaint, seeking return of your dog.

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