Dogs are allowed to be stupid. The question, nevertheless, would be whether the parents were negligent by allowing their child to eat the sponge. For the purpose of this question, I shall assume the surgery was necessary.
He ran up to a neighbor and barked. Now I have two misdemeanors for dog at large and dangerous dog for him “charging.” He’s a friendly dog and just wanted to play. He came right back as soon as I called him. What can I do?
The absess was staph and another worker had staph there. I was hospitalized for a week and was bed ridden for 6 weeks. In addition I am also an undocumented immigrant from Canada. I moved to the USA on a 3 year work visa and overstayed 10 years ago. I've resided In USA for 13 years. I lost my... Read more »
I think you mean that you were bitten 23 Nov 2019, not 2020. Did you have pasturella or staph? Go get a certified copy of your medical records and bill and hire a personal injury lawyer no later than 23 Oct 2020.
Report the dog stolen. It is unlikely that the police will get involved in this dispute, but you should begin there. If that doesn't work, you can sue sue your sister in Small Claims for the value of your dog or its return. If you sue, bring all evidence of the existence of your dog, and its...Read more »
I took the dog to the vet to be scanned and there as a chip. I generated a found dog alert. I posted on Pet Harbor, Finding Fido, notified local animal shelter, posted on Several FB groups, and also next door . Called animal shelter several times to see if anyone lost dog. Searched lost dog on... Read more »
Yes, they can. Despite all of the things you did, you did not do what the law requires.
Under Civil Code § 2080, when you take possession of a lost thing, you are a “. . .Any person that. . .saves any domestic animal from harm, neglect, drowning, or starvation, shall, within a...Read more »
If you have been charged with dangerous/aggressive animal, you should speak to an attorney about your defenses because these are serious criminal charges with serious consequences for you and your dog.
We are splitting after living 6 years together, He wants to keep one of the two dogs that we have, I want to keep both dogs, What are the legal ways that I can keep them?, he payed for the dogs and the vets bills, their chip and vets paperwork are on my name. I educated them, I take care of them, I... Read more »
Pets in Texas are treated as property. You have to be married to divide property. You maybe able to find a civil attorney that will file a case in a Justice of the Peace court and you can see what happens. I would says that the judge would likely dismiss and state you cannot get relief. A...Read more »
I recently bought a dog, as I took him to the vet they believe he has a genetic illness that was caused by a dog being misbred. I contacted the store many times and they will not let me get in contact with the owner or manager. The associate always advises me to contact them later or email. I have... Read more »
It sounds like you need to speak with a mental health professional about having the dog prescribed as an emotional support animal. They can be kept even if there is a no pets policy. As far as eviction, if you have openly had the dog for 3 years and the building staff knew there is a NYC law that...Read more »
Not unless and until you are convicted or plead guilty to a charge of dangerous/aggressive dog (depending on the jurisdiction). If animal control charged you with a crime, if you plead or are found guilty, you would have to pay any vet bills as part of restitution to the criminal charge.
Hi William,I contacted you previously about the mistreatment of a horse.The wife has emotional narcissistic issues & only cares about herself.There is a global pandemic, but all she cares about is finding out what i said in my report.I am shocked my detailed and sensitive information can be... Read more »
i called the law because the naighbor threatened to kill my dog for barking the law told me that they could fine me but she is in my yard with me now im afarid to let her out is this true and how can someone thretin to cause harm to my pet and me be to blamn
It looks like Cleveland, Tennessee does have a noise ordinance that includes pet barking. According to the ordinance It is a violation if it is "frequent or long continued noise that disturbs the comfort or repose of any person in the vicinity". Therefore, you could be fined by a police officer if...Read more »
I would like to know if the owners of the animal i complained about, can sue me over the information i provided in my complaint? Everything in my complaint was true, concise and to the point. I am now very nervous about the situation.
Anyone can be sued for anything, for the cost of a filing fee. The question is whether a suit can be won. The type of claim that might be brought against you is for libel (written falsities) or slander (spoken falsities) that damaged the subject's reputation. If, as you have noted, spoke the...Read more »
sc rules state that ebikes can go on paths, but our paths are for residents getting exercise who are generally 60+, children on bikes, residents with pets, casual bicylers, etc . we want to restrict bikes to the street and not the paths. can you help?
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