To the person the dog was adopted, at the Humane Society. If both people adopted the dog at the Humane Society, then to the person of the person who licensed the dog. If the dog is not licensed, then to whoever gets the license first.
I strongly recommend you go to your Justice of the Peace and file a claim for "Conversion" against both husband and wife. The Justice of the Peace will have forms for you. In your claim, assert what the price for that kind of purebred dog is and ask for "Specific Performance" by return of the dog.
My neighbor has two beautiful dogs that have been outside for three days now at least without any kind of shelter, I’ve been watching closely and observing their feeding and watering, they are very irregularly fed and watered and it frequently reaches 95 degrees here. They appear to have mange,... Read more »
Lawn care service that has been cutting my grass has been told not to enter the yard if my dog is in the yard. One of his workers came in the yard, my dog was moving towards him, barking and he held up a weed eater toward her face and burned her badly. He swears that it wasn’t on and that she... Read more »
She is sending messages that I just avoid all together to keep from arguing! What should I do in matter my daughter is 14 and spends countless hours with this bird that she was given 10 moths ago! I told her my daughter was attached and said she didn’t want to give up her friend! My daughter is... Read more »
i live with my father and mother currently but wish to leave due to the fact that my family is very toxic and dysfunctional. my dog is always with me everyday except for the time i am at school, other than that she sleeps,eats, and does everything else with me . i don’t want to leave her because... Read more »
I purchased 3 dogs in the past 4 years. My ex gf and I separated. I brought them to see her at a store and she took them from me while I was in the store. I called the sheriffs office and they "so say" filed a theft report. I have the registrations and micro chips in my name and I know where my... Read more »
The question here is ownership. If ownership is an issue, the police don't (and won't) make that determination. You will need to file suit to retrieve the dogs. You need to consult with an attorney to determine your rights and your likelihood of success, along with the cost of doing so. Good...Read more »
She has never had a job, therefore couldn't have purchased them and the micro chip and registrations are in my name. She took them without permission and will not five them back. The local authorities will do nothing about this saying it's considered a civil matter. Yet, a pet is considered... Read more »
My mom purchased a Labrador from a woman who breeds dogs. Recently, my mom thought it might be best to find a new home for the dog (now 5 years old) & handed him back over to the “breeder” woman 2 days ago. My mom did not realize the emotional ramifications of her actions & now wants her dog... Read more »
My husband & I left our kids & dog with a friend so we could go out of state for a funeral. On Thursday 12am we left, youngest had a dental procedure that day. Sitter allowed youngest to chew extremely bad hole in lip because she didnt want to say anything to kid(didnt tell me how bad it was till i... Read more »
Why would your ex wife have your dog? If you gave her the dog to watch while you were out of town, she's going to say the dog was a gift. You don't have to change the license with a dog to manually donate the dog to another person. You will have to a small claim suit and it will be a he said/she...Read more »
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