bringing me the paperwork to change the chip info on the dog. This request was made on behalf of the owner who also had 4 pit bulls placed with a rescue during this same incident. The owner, in possession of all my contact info, employment and knew where I lived, never showed, never called or... Read more »
The dog is property. You may have to go to the police station and report that she stole your dog, then see if they issue a warrant. They may tell you they're not interested in helping you, in which case you will need to file a lawsuit for the dog in the state where the property (the dog) is...Read more »
Nobody was home at this house. The police told them my name. The dogs were sitting in their own feces & urine...the whole garage was covered of weeks of waste. It was toxic! The door was unlocked, heard the dogs barking for weeks, I called police 3 times
My husband and I bought a puppy from this couple in Devil’s Lake. Everything was fine until we fed him. He had diarrhea after we fed him and the next day he threw up and still had diarrhea. My husband took a nap for a couple of hours and saw that the puppy had pooped on himself. He went to pick... Read more »
I live in Fargo, North Dakota and currently there are no psychologists that sign for Emotional Support Animals, so I went online and found a psychologist that did. Only thing is that they are from California. My landlord denied my Emotional Support Animal letter because the psychologist is not from... Read more »
My wife is immune suppressed, dog has c-dif. Not safe for wife. Had no place to put dog till healthy. Surrendered dog to vet. Realized the mistake. Ask for him back few hours later. They said no, Not your dog.
We assumed responsibility for a dog unexpectedly a few weeks ago as the owner went to jail. They originally said they wanted us to take care of the dog. Now they are supposed to get out in 2 months and want the dog back. I've taken the dog to the vet for all
You simply need a lawyer willing to take your case. Before a lawyer will take your case, you should have a retainer ready to pay and know who it was that stole the dog. If you don't know who it was, it's nearly impossible to initiate the proper lawsuit.
I need help!! ;( 3 years ago we were blessed with a full bread pit! My mothers husbands sister who was the original owner loved to pass animals around because she could never really afford them so he ended up being put on a huge metal chain locked up constantly we didn’t like that too much so my... Read more »
Dogs are treated like other personal property, and as such can be traded, given away, sold, and abandoned. I would need to discuss at length the particular details of your situation to determine to chain of ownership of the dog.
*This is general legal information, and I cannot provide...Read more »
A friend of mine dropped there dog off for me to care for it and I would like to gain custody cuz they are unfit to care for this dog cuz they leave her alone for days on end without food and plus they already had a kitten die in there care
Generally, an owner of a domestic animal has a duty to reasonably control the domestic animal. If a person fails to reasonably control his or her pet, he or she may be liable for resulting damage. This is general legal information and should not be relied upon in your specific case. An attorney...Read more »
Generally, an aggrieved party may sue another for damage that results to themselves or their property by the negligent acts of another. If an animal has a history of violent acts, it may be classified as a "dangerous animal" and be subject to a higher standard of care by its owner than an owner of...Read more »
My dog (8 lb shihtzu) is at work with me. He was barking at a male employee and said employee was yelling at my dog making him bark even more. When I heard this, I went into the room and saw said employee kick my dog. I'm not sure if he's hurt, I don't think he is. But I just want to know if... Read more »
If they kicked your dog for absolutely no reason, report it to police. If they kicked your dog because your dog was threatening them, let it go. Whether you're allowed to bring your dog to work depends on your work's policies. I know very few workplaces that are welcoming to dogs. Hope that helps!
Believe it or not, I have run into this problem being faced by my clients quite frequently in the past. A letter from a medical doctor or therapist is all that is needed to classify the animal as an assistance animal. Landlords must agree to a reasonable accommodation request if the disability...Read more »
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