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My dad had gotten a house with his ex-girlfriend and kids and wanted to have my dog there as a watch dog for a little while, however now they are broken up and she has my husband and I's dog. It has been about a year she's had him now and have been having trouble getting him back. He is... Read more »
If it's your dog and your didn't give or sell him, you should be able to get him back or sue for the value. But the other person's story might be that it was a gift, who knows. A local animal lawyer can advise. Small claims court might be an option.
So my old roommate left her two dogs at my house a year ago along with her belongings and 3 months later she came to pick up her property. And when she did pick up her stuff, she didn't even inquire about taking the dogs with her and left them again at my house. Now it has been a year since... Read more »
Please Take Notice: I am not your lawyer unless we enter into an engagement agreement in writing. This is general information that is given for legal education only. It is not legal advice, and it may not work for your specific situation. It is...Read more »
I don't know for sure, but I do know there are companies that will come to your home and help you with this humanely. I know someone who did it with their kitty and it made a horrible experience a bit more palatable, knowing her pet died at home, peacefully.
The parents of the boys are likely responsible for the damages their boys caused to you. There is a chance their homeowner's (or renter's) liability insurance policy might cover it. You can also file a police report.
Our good friends did us the favor of watching our dog while we are on our honeymoon. I got a call this morning saying our dog attacked their dog. They have 5 dogs in the house. Something just doesn't add up to me. My dog has never had any issues with violence before. He does very well with... Read more »
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