I did CPR on her all the way there. They did CPR 5 minutes then told me she was dead, did I want them to take out the babies? I said they should have been out by now. They took babies out and ONLY did compressions on them. No shot or drops to jump start their hearts according to other vets... Read more »
You can only get the market value of the pups if you can prove they would have survived had the hospital used extreme measures--which requires expert testimony that will cost you more than the market value of the dogs. Sorry, but time to let go of this one.
My roommate keeps letting the dog out of the fence and she was almost killed by a car today. There is a runner system installed on my porch (with a gate) so she can go out without having a chance to get out. There are many precautions in place to prevent her from escaping. When I'm home this... Read more »
If their dog destroys your fence they own cost of repair. As it's a neighbor, I'd suggest run it through your insurance then they go after him. Unfortunately your dachshund there's little value the law gives.
then she fell on her butt and broke her glasses. my dog did not bite or scratch her. i said i will pay for the glasses the actual cost. she say she will take it legally. please tell me what will happen
Ga. law as far as I know says that if your business allows it, they can bring their pets in except in food stores. it's up to your manager/owner. You can ask for reasonable accomodation but that only means if they can change your work area. They don't have to exclude people with pets...Read more »
I am trying to move a dog that may potentially be deemed "dangerous" in the state of Georgia to Alabama. I am trying to research and find out if Alabama has Dangerous Dog Ordinances as a state or if cities and counties all have separate ones?!
Most cities and counties have the local ordinances online. A good resource / website is municode.com Laws vary from State to State and even City to City. You can also visit the local animal control website or contact animal control to find out more information. Good luck.
I gave my dog to a former friend to give him to a good home. We were under an agreement that I would get the new owner's contact information. She refuses to give it to me now and so I want the dog back. Can I legally get him back?
If Savannah Cat's are prohibited in Georgia, it is very, very unlikely that you can obtain a license to simply have one as a pet. I would also discourage you from expending money on counsel fees trying to obtain the right to own the animal. The result will likely be just a lot of money spent...Read more »
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