"The owner of a dangerous or potentially dangerous dog must have a microchip implanted in the dog for identification..." I admit, I am not sure what "proof of refusal to present the dog for chip inspection" means. You seem to feel an owner is not violating the law unless he...View More
This guy does this several times a week (often with beer & cig in hand). My dog's guard gets up, starts barking, and the neighbor actually slows down (!), walks his dog closer to my dog. Not in a friendly way. Any other responsible dog owner knows to move along from a dog defending his... View More
I don't believe an order for protection would be granted on these facts, but MAYBE a harassment order. It is an unusual situation. Does he do this to everyone's dog or just yours? If just yours, why? Is your dog a 50 pound Pitbull?
USDA provides scientific information and research on wildlife, its habitat, and its relationship to agriculture and public safety. It would not face criminal charges. Thus, there would be no arrangement, plea or any hearing whatsoever.
I adopted a wonderful puppy from a shelter few months back. Unfortunately, due to a sudden illness and other events I’m no longer fit to provide him the best care and believe rehoming is the best option for him.
The adoption contract I signed states that if I’m no longer able to keep... View More
Document your attempts (emails & phone records) to contact them. I don't know how much money is at stake, but it seems unlikely they would sue. A letter from an attorney may be an inexpensive choice for your piece of mind. You may want to inform new owners of this fact.
You can sue this dog slayer! If he is poor and has no assets, then it is probably not worth your time. However, you have a year to sue him. Especially if you have sought counseling or other mental health care because of this horrible trauma.
A dog owner has an ongoing duty to control, restraint and secure any dog. Thus, any dog posing immediate danger to others may be shot, especially if that animal is on someone else's property. However, you need to supply more information to a local state...View More
Hello, I'm not a resident of Delaware, but I was wondering how the state defines "fur" and "hair" in the law banning the sale or trade of dog and cat fur/hair. Federal law defines dog and cat fur as a pelt--any fur or hair with skin attached--and so do other laws for other... View More
on 2/10 in an apt fire in Lindstrom I called the landlord to see if the pup had made it He said yes I told him i want my dog back and asked if he could drop at a relatives house 5 blocks away he said yes then he started yelling at me saying I want the dog repeating himself I told him no I want the... View More
Your post is difficult to follow, but it sounds like you want to report the dog stolen. You can report it to police but there is a good chance they tell you it is a civil matter to be candled in civil court.
Her not to get one. The 1st 2yrs I had the dog every other week plus any personal holidays she took. The next 3 yrs I had him from Sat mid=afternoon until Friday morning. (Yes 5=6 days per week) Occasionally Thurs pm if I brought him to her. Then covid. No Travel. We shared for almost a year, but... View More
My sister would watch my puppy while I worked. One day she was watching him & when I was gonna pick him up she said she would watch him overnight. I said okay. The next day I tried to get him back & she said no she’s not giving him back. It’s Been Over 2 Weeks Since she refused to give... View More
My roommate had a dog and she started neglecting him. Leaving him in his crate for two to three days at a time with no food, water, or bathroom breaks. The rest of our house was taking care of him and he became so anxious from her neglect that he was attacking other animals that either live here as... View More
We live out in the country and out neighbors will sit outside and and make noises to our dog to go over and today we heard a gunshot and He called and said he shot at our dog after he lured him over can he do that?
No, that would be animal cruelty/abuse. But, keep your dog fenced in or tethered whenever he's outside to make sure he stays safe since your neighbor is crazy. Report this to animal control or your local law enforcement.
'Poor dog. Anyone could sue and there's no controlling or predicting whether someone would. What you describe sounds like a reasonable basis for a defense or counterclaim. Your question remains open for three weeks. Try contacting one of the attorneys in the Animal/Dog law section and see...View More
I was never even notified about the bite. My ex had an ofp on me over false accusations. So why should I get this huge bill a year later and it's going to collections on me ? Not right is it? Should the dogs owner be responsible? Or my ex wife?
It makes sense if you are obligated to pay the medical bills as a result of a divorce or a custody agreement. But I don’t know why you wouldn’t have received the bill earlier. It’s obviously a different situation if there isn’t such an agreement.
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