I told the landlord of this mobile home park that the pitbull had moved in next door. She said she'd check into it and get back to me. One month later, the dog was in my yard and attacked my tiny dog, attacked me, and killed my dog which was right at my feet. Not an apology or even paying me... Read more »
My dog was on his lead, staked into the ground, in our yard when the neighbor dog came into our yard and was within range of my dog's lead. My dog chased the small dog and bit her on the rump. The small dog ran away, and my dog (being attached to his lead) did not chase her past the confines... Read more »
In KY, on land zoned agricultural. The neighbor does not have any livestock. The son's name is not on the title of the land, but he lives there full time as of recently. We have a shared fence with no private agreement so the default sharing of maintining half as stated in the law applies -... Read more »
My mother in law found her roaming around, months later she gave it to me and I took her to the vet and got her all the papers and everything she needed. She escaped from home a few days ago and just happens to be found by her first owner, now, could he sue me for getting the dog new papers ? after... Read more »
I obtained the dogs legally, months after he was arrested, but before I moved out of the house we shared. Is this grounds for violating the epo? How do I report this? Is there a motion to the courts for this? Meaning will I have to go to court again to testify against him?
Those are not grounds for violating the dvo. Go to your local county attorney and file a criminal complaint for violation if an epo/dvo, which is a class A misdemeanor. They will prosecute him for the violation.
Wife. Once my first grandchild was born, the cairn terrier became her protector, and the Bello followed Lil Mac so both have spent the last 2 years. I learned only recently that they gave Bello, the yorkie, to my son's in-laws. They have a 7 year-old child and Bello is a teacup -fiesty but... Read more »
My neighbor set up a birdhouse camera on his tree next to my properties fence line. The only view it gets is of my yard. I’m assuming it’s to film my dogs barking but I’m also think the flashing lights on it are provoking my dogs to bark more.
They can film you. No different than a surveillance camera. If you think the lights are inviting the dogs, have a security expert observe them for you. If their opinion is the lights are inciting the dogs to bark, then you can take action.
Two female cats that frequented my yard became pregnant at the same time. I brought them in to keep them safe until the kittens were born and somewhat developed. The kittens are now 10 weeks old, with no takers for adoption, and I want to know if I can return the cats outdoors without penalties.... Read more »
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