Q: My daughter purchased a puppy (American Bulldog) from a friend of ours. She ended up not being able to keep him
And I told her I would keep him until she could move & find a place where she could keep him. In the meantime I called the guy she purchased him from and let him know about the situation and he said he was coming to get the dog if she couldn’t keep him. So my daughter just took him back to the guy she bought him from. (Not knowing her rights) and also thinking he would do the right thing & give her money back. After a long text conversation back & forth between me and the guy, he said he wasn’t giving her money back & that he was going to re’sale the dog to someone else. Which he did. (Illegally) and now he is calling my daughter asking her to sign off on the papers she had signed to begin with so this new owner can “legally” sell puppies from the dog. I had told him that he was in the wrong from the beginning & now I’m asking if there is a case here? Can she sue him for her money back and/or the dog?
He has also promised her a pick of the litter when he bread the dog.
A: She may be able to sue him, but because your question pertains to an area of animal/dog law in which I do not practice, I will leave it to other practitioners to answer more substantively. Hopefully one of them does respond soon to your inquiry.
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