On the 3 time they left and left dog with me. The person says to keep dog until she gets a place. 7 months later I get a text saying give animal back. I assume it would 2 to 3 months for her to find a place. Was staying hotels and above a bar
The dog is super dirty and is pooping in everyone else’s yard. We asked the owner and they said it was theirs with another rude comment. Is it legal for their dog to go around the neighborhood for many days at a time? The owner also isn’t picking up any of its droppings.
My dog was not DNA tested when I signed lease or moved in Oct 2018 ... they completed DNA testing in Feb 2020. Now they are trying to fine me for samples collected in Dec 2018, March 2019, and Feb 2020. Can they do this? I have always picked up my dogs bathroom, but sometimes weather or even... Read more »
We've called everyone from the county attorney, judges, county police, state police, CPS, EPA (they poop in a bucket & dump it behind their house), everyone possible on my neighbors. They live in a house with no water, plumbing, septic, electricity, anything & have 3 kids, 4 dogs & 3-4 cats and my... Read more »
My dog is picky about where she poops and has never pooped in my yard so I have to walk her around the neighborhood and lately she has pick this one house to go at so theirs not much I can do. Mind you I ALWAYS pick it up
She has been in my care solely since September 2019 and he came and took her. Can he do that? She is chipped to me, registerEd to me, vet bills in my name. However he cane and took her without permission. Police said since he technically paid for her he can take her.
Me and my ex had purchased a puppy together. She made me sign a paper she hand wrote up stating if anything happened between us, she would have full custody. I didn’t think anything would happen. I was the sole caretaker of our dog in the relationship and since the break up I can tell he’s... Read more »
It sounds like there was no consideration (benefit) given to you in exchange for signing the paper giving her custody so unless that was actually included in the a Property Settlement Agreement, you should be able to go back to the divorce court and get a ruling.
My cousin starting dog sitting for a dog and the dog has lived with her for a year. She finally register and licensed in KY she has paid over 3000 for food, grooming and vet Bill's. The dog became very sick and she took care of it. The dog is having surgery on Wed and the orignal owners has only... Read more »
And took care of her also. She died Dec 29th and wanted me to have her dogs since I've grow attached over the yrs. I stayed in her house until today and cared for these dogs. Her niece decided today she is taking the Yorkie but not the other one. Can they do that or isn't it consider abandoned... Read more »
Are you required to clean up after your dog if you're disabled? I have a service dog (task trained not some stupid fake ESA with a vest) and while he can carry things for me... he can't scoop his own poop and I can't always scoop myself. Can I get in trouble for leaving it?
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