They did have food water and shelter. The guy that took them didn't leave a notice when he did either so they simply gave us the dogs back all we had to do was pay for a rabies shot for momma dog. But for future reference was it with in the law for them take them?
I had my puppy her mom and two siblings staying at my dad's house. They had food water and shelter. We went out day by day to care for spent time with them. Sometimes multiple times daring the day. I found out a day ago animal control came and took momma off her leash and collar. Removed the... Read more »
I have been doing this for several months now, I have had him groomed. When I take him back they only keep him one day and then call me to come back and get him. My friend has stated that the dog is not allowed to make noises nor are they allowed to have animals at their residence. There is always... Read more »
If I have not acknowledged ownership of my animals to my apartment complex, and have lived there for over a year, but am only now receiving notice of an unpaid amount on my bill, despite having paid what I am obligated, the reason for which is pet rent; am I admitting acknowledgment of having had... Read more »
This is not a self-help project! Trying to represent yourself in Court is a bad idea. Not only are you emotionally involved, but you are not a trained attorney. You do not know the Court Rules, Rules of Evidence, case law, nor are you trained how to handle a legal case, especially if litigation is...Read more »
Depends on the property owner--in this case the school board. The public is allowed on school grounds subject to the rules of the school. For instance, you can't just wander into a school. So it is with the grounds.
Both mine and neighbors dogs were unrestrained by leashes or fences when their dog lunged at my dog, and thus, my dog bit their dog. The neighbors dog then proceeded to maul my relative and cause dog bite injuries. If all dogs in question were unrestrained, are all parties responsible for their own... Read more »
If your relative who was mauled did not own any of the dogs, or have responsibility for them, and did nothing to trigger the attack on themselves, then your relative can file a claim against the owner of the dog who mauled him/her. The dog owner's homeowner's insurer would ordinarily be liable to...Read more »
And I give it away under the impression there’s no owner and I can’t take care by myself and then the owner pops up the next day and I don’t have it anymore and can’t get it back could I be in trouble I didn’t sell it or anything but I had a family member hold it and they gave it away can... Read more »
It doesn’t sound like anything you did would be considered illegal, reckless or negligent. However, many pets are microchipped and it is best to get in touch with a local pet association to have the best chances of reuniting pets with their owners.
I had to leave town for a few days for work and during my absence i had left my dog under my boyfriend's supervision. When i got back my boyfriend told me that he had asked a mutual friend of ours to watch my dog for a night because my boyfriend (due to a critical accident involving a family... Read more »
Make a written demand to your friend, his coworker and the new "owner" that they return the dog and/or pay its fair market value/replacement cost (set a specific amount), plus punitive damages for theft (set a specific amount).
If the dog isn't returned, sue in Small Claims for your...Read more »
Transported to the local animal shelter. The citizens of our county have figured out that this is a way to get rid of unwanted dogs to the shelter without having to pay a surrender fee which is causing our shelter to be inundated with excess dogs . We currently have 69. Citizens just call the... Read more »
I have 5 dogs and on several occasions I have moved them outside in their crates for the agent to show the house. More than one occasion the agent never showed and I waited outside for greater than 45 minutes. Its hot outside to wait that long. There is no defined time of any showing I receive... Read more »
You should discuss that with the homeowner or real estate agent, since safety of both your pets and the prospective buyers and other persons coming into the house is of the greatest concern. Don't forget that people make appointments to see the house and then never show up so it is not always the...Read more »
She’s had the dog for about 6 months, now someone random on Facebook is saying that MK stole the dog from her daughter. (No body has said anything or claimed stolen until now) obviously no microchip because they would’ve found him for ever ago if it’s even true.
Had a restraining order on my spouse went to court judge okayed him to take personal items and came with a constable and two police officers they detained me away from my house so he can collect a list of items Tools furniture etc. tools furniture etc. that the constable allowed him to take
If you were given exclusive use of the house or a protective order, yes he can be granted access with a deputy to remove his personal effects, clothes, separate property or items needed for work, pending divorce and partition.
our possessing him for prior 13 yrs. Family member #1 then gave him to family member #2 in 2013 & in 2017 #2 moved into our home with bird after a divorce. From then on member #2 left all of his care to us, feeding, cleaning cage, etc. & has lived in our home until present (2019). We've now given... Read more »
If you never sold the bird or gave the bird to family member number two, then the bird is yours and you never lost on ownership in the first place, and family member number two has no right to take the bird from you.
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