Although he was a gift we always said he was our dog. I was always mom and he was always dad. We both took care of him but now after the break up he doesn't let me see him. He always stayed with him as my house was in renovations. So his main living arrangement was at his house. But i would... Read more »
You really need to think hard about how much you want to see the dog. Since you were never married, the dog is not marital property and therefore not something you should pursue. Realize that you have no "rights" to the dog (even if s/he has your name). And, if it's not too...Read more »
The dog and I are very close and he is happy. She gave him up to me because she had no more room in her kennels and wanted him to have a better life. She has the paperwork, but for the past year he has lived with me and I have taken care of him. Including vet visits.
I got the note before the new owners arrived and there are many others like me. They say they need to be gone soon even though we have medical reasons to have them. Is that legal for them to do? How can we move in time with a animal? It seems messed up
We have access to the backyard I'm the superintendent who cleans it she knows we just cleaned it and she allowed her to dogs to go back there and poop and she doesn't even bother to pick it up what is our rights she's not even supposed to have dogs here the lease says no dogs which... Read more »
My dog slipped out the door when I was bring in groceries. The other dog had been walking with its owner but not on a leash. The dogs were originally playing until the girl intervened and then it turned into a fight. My dog is not aggressive and is exposed to other dogs regularly since I work at... Read more »
Sounds like you should see a lawyer this is not a simple question that can be answered over the internet such as should I get a will. However, if your dog did bite the girl and they can prove it you will owe a lot more money than a vet bill.
My ex knows I do not want a dog. The day after our divorce was final he bought one and will be bringing it home next week. I will be living here for the next six months and pay half of the bills in the house including the mortgage. Can I stop him from bringing this dog home. He also works nights... Read more »
If you receive a Summons to go to Court you must go. Everything else you mentioned is irrelevant. You will need to retain an attorney and contact your home owners insurance company to report this. Good luck.
I was told that because the animal wasn't declared "potentially dangerous" then I am unable to get dog put down. Can I have previous hearings re-opened, the dog retroactively declared "potentially dangerous" so that I may seek euthanasia.
I adopted a dog from a NJ animal shelter in 2012. The dog had been picked up by the shelter as a stray. I recently ran into someone claiming to be the dog's original owner. He said the dog had been left unattended and off leash and was stolen from his property 3 years ago. The dog must... Read more »
There is an insufficient factual basis to answer your questions and address your concerns. To properly answer your questions and address your concerns, the best way to handle this is with an in person consultation with an experienced attorney.
I adopted a dog from NJ from a supposed 501 c 3 non profit shelter. I immediately noticed that the dog had medical issues that was not disclosed to me at the time of adoption once the dog was brought home nor did I receive proper medical records to show what any treating veterinarians discovered... Read more »
I brought a puppy from someone my husband was working for. We sign a paper stating the date amount. A month ago my husband said he was going to take him for a walk and I never saw my puppy again. When my husband realized that I was devastated by what he had done he asked them to returned the puppy.... Read more »
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