Myself and dog always walked away bleeding from her dogs attack. Her dogs were never injured. Animal control took away my dog he was license service animal and kept him for two months. Now he has a completely different dog with cuts all over his body from the maintenance man beating him. What... View More
In Arkansas, the statutes related to animal cruelty provide definitions and specifications for various offenses. Based on your question, it seems you're referencing a specific statute number, which might not correspond directly to the actual code. However, to answer your question on the...View More
The City of Greenwood AR cited me for a dog bite to a friend at my house, question is if the animal office enforcement euthanized my dog before the court date and does not give any notice they were doing so, is that a violation of my civil rights? according to title 5 -criminal offenses subchapter... View More
I have taken care of my yorkie for the last 2 + years. Vet Bill's and food and given him a place to stay and grow accustomed to. What paperwork do I need to file with the courts to retain position of Xander
You don’t need a writ to keep possession of your dog; rather if another party is claiming ownership that party will need to go to court, file a replevin action against you and if that party is successful, he or she can enforce the judgment by getting a writ of assistance from the court directing...View More
An Arkansas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. As a general matter, ringworm could be a difficult form of injury upon which to base damages in a lawsuit. Added to that is the element of causality, where you would need to demonstrate the specific source of the...View More
murmur 3 weeks before I picked him up but on the day I got there to pick him up I was told the heart murmur was gone. When I got back to arkansas I took the pup to vet for a wellness check only to discover he still has a murmur. I texted the breeder but no response. Am I entitled to my money back ?
It depends on what your breeder purchase contract says about health defects. Generally, heart murmurs in young dogs or certain types of dogs are normal, and just need to be monitored. Sometimes they even go away in young dogs. Either way, keep your dog healthy with regular vet checkups and take a...View More
We live in Arkansas there is no leash law for dogs a lady was speeding down our road on her cell phone with no shoes my dog was chasing a weenie dog across the street my husband went after him my dog was trotting back across the street when this lady plows into him my husband tried to flag her down... View More
Turn it over to your insurance company. You are each partially at fault.She should have been looking and wasn't . You have a duty whatever animal it is to keep it off the roadway. Which means stop it from getting on the roadway in the first place.
Currently dealing with animal control regarding them adopting my 5 year old yorkie out after we contacted them several times letting them know we were trying to obtain the outrageous amount of money they were asking for. I believe they adopted him out early, because they are trying to claim my... View More
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