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Legal Aid????
Can Anyone Refer Me To A Good Pro Bono Or Something Of The Sort Lawyer. I Need Advice And Cant Afford To Hire A Lawyer If They Cant Help Me. So Any Tips Would Be Much Appreciated.

You either need to call LEgal aid in your county, or check the phone book; many lawyers will do a free or very low cost initial consultation with you. Pro Bono is usually pretty limited availability on only certain cases.

Animal Adoption Protection Laws?
Are There Any Laws Protecting People Adopting Animals? Story Below My Friend Adopted A Dog From A Local Pound. They Told Her That He Was De-Wormed, Up To Date On His Shots And Heart Worm Negative. She Noticed Over The Course Of A Week That He Coughed, Sneezed And Gagged Alot So She Took Him To The Vet. They Said That He Had Kennel Cough. He Hadn'T Been Around Any Other Animals In That Short Time So We Knew It Had Come From The Shelter. She Brought The Dog To My House Where I Have My Own. He Pottied On The Floor And We Noticed A Worm In Poop. To Make Sure We Checked When He Went To The Bathroom Later. Again We Found A Worm. She Has A 9 Month Old Daughter That Was Always Touching The Dog And He Had Been Around My Dog That Whole Night And Day. We Knew Nothing About The Disease And Feared For Both My Dog And Her Baby. We Asked Advice And Were Told To Take The Dog To The Pound And Drop Him Off. He Had A Microchip So They Were Able To Locate Her And Now Are Issuing Her A Citation For Abandoment. The Reason We Took Him Was Because She Had Already Paid For His Treatment Of The Kennel Cough. And Couldn'T Afford To Get Him Treated For Something Else. At This Point He Hadn'T Had His Vaccines Or Tests Done Because She Had Spent All Of The Money Put Aside For Those Treatments. We Wanted The Dog To Have A Chance And Could Think Of Nothing Else But To Give Him Back And Hope Someone Could Help Him. She Is Now Facing $4,000 Fine And 1 To 2 Years In Jail. We Had No Other Choice, She Has A Baby. In The Contract She Signed It Said That They Do Not Guaruntee A Healthy Animal. When She Signed They Gave Her A Brief Summary Of The Contract And Never Mentioned That. I Am A Witness To The Gentleman Sayin He Was Up To Date And That All He Needed Was His Rabies. We Never Got Paperwork. There Has To Be A Law Out There Protecting People From These Shelters Adopting Out Sick Dogs Or Cats. I Feel So Bad For These Poor Animals And Even Worse For Any Animals They May Come In Contact With Once Rehomed. If They Don'T Tell You There Is No Guarantee How Are You Supposed To Know? We Asked The Questions We Believed Were Necessary, Is He Sick? Are His Shots Up To Date? Heart Worm? But They Never Said Anything. I Think It Should Be Against The Law For These Shelters To Give Out Animals Without Checking Them For Sicknesses. It Makes Things Worse For Not Only These Families But The Animals They May Expose These Diseases To. Please Someone Help I Don'T Want To See Her Go To Jail Because She Tried To Help This Dog, She Has A Baby..

Something doesn't sound right to me with all of this (aside from the fact that it's posted in the wrong section). If the animal was dropped off at a shelter it was not abandonment unless someone just dropped it off by tying it out front in the middle of the night and leaving it there for someone to find in the morning.

I've worked for two large animal rescues over the years and people surrender animals all the time. The only person I've seen get charged was the guy who tied up his underweight (purebred) Bloodhound outside of the local PetSmart one night so that the manager found her tied up there in the morning.

If she (or you) just tied him up and left him at the pound then yes, I can see why someone was cited for that.

As to the state of the dog when your friend got him. Kennel Cough is a fairly common ailment and it's essentially just an upper respiratory infection brought on by contact with other dogs in a kennel type situation and by excessive barking. Its easily treatable if you wanted to and generally goes away in two weeks on it's own if left untreated. The worms are the same way. One or two pills (depending upon the size of the dog) and the worms are generally gone. In most cases they want to give a second dose in a couple of weeks just to make sure that they are gone. If your friend had taken the dog to a vet she would have had, perhaps, a $100 vet bill for everything.

It's entirely reasonable that the dog was up on the shots (excluding rabies), had been dewormed and was vet checked and that it could still have worms and kennel cough after having been in a kennel. They are common and easily treatable conditions for a dog in that situation and was nothing to panic about. Any contract from a shelter that I have ever worked with does state what the condition of the animal is at the time it was adopted BUT it also says that the new owners are to get the animal vet checked within a period of time after adoption, usually 7 days. Sounds to me like she didn't do that and that everyone over reacted and left the animal in some unreasonable situation at the shelter that constituted abandonment.

Next time, take the animal to the shelter when it's open and drop it off properly. People who do that do not get cited for abandonment.

Unique Dog Bite Situation In My Home, Help With Legal Advice!?
I Know A Little Bit About Renters Rights, And A Little Bit About Dog Biting Cases, But I Don'T Know How To Handle My Situation...... I'M In The Process Of Moving Out Of My Apartment (In 30 Days), And The Other Day My Landlord Said He'D Be Bringing People By To Look At It. The People Came By, I Held My Dog In My Arms The Entire Time, And Everything Was Fine. The Next Day A Woman Showed Up Unannounced, Knocked On My Door, And Said She Was Dropping Off Her Application And Said She Spoke To My Landlord Who Said She Could See The Apt (Landlord Was Not With Her, But I Later Found Out My Landlord Said &Quot;You Can Try&Quot;). It Was Very Early In The Morning So I Said You Can Take A Quick Peek. I Held My Dog Once Again In My Arms. As The Woman Walks Room To Room She Says &Quot;Put The Dog Down, You Really Don'T Need To Hold Him, I Have Dogs.&Quot; I Put Him Down And He Went Over And Started Looking For Attention, And When I Went To Pull Him Away He Nipped Her In The Toe. After That I Put Him In The Bathroom And The Lady Looked Through The Rest Of The House. She Didn'T Say Anything Else About Her Toe. Today I Get A Call With This Ridiculous Story About She Doesn'T Think Her Toenail Will Grow Back, Her Friend Is A Nurse And Had To Bandage Her Toe, And Shes Going For A Bunch Of Medical Tests And Treatment..... (She Thinks) On My Dime Of Course. I Saw The Whole Thing Go Down 1 Foot Infront Of Me, Saw The Toe Afterword, Saw Her Walk Around Fine For 15+ Minutes After, And Not Mention Anything About It.... It Was Nothing. I Don'T Care To Pay Her A Dime, Since There Was Nothing Wrong With Her Toe, She Showed Up At My House Unannounced Without My Manager, And Gave Me Consent To Put The Dog Down. My Dog Cost More Than 3 Months Of My Rent (And I Live In Santa Monica) So He Has No Rabies/Disease/Anything Whatsoever. I'M Thinking The Worst She Could Do Is Take Me To Small Claims? And Worse Case For The Dog Would Be He'D Be Put On Rabies Watch For A Few Days? Anyone Have Any Similar Experiences Or Advice? Thanks!

The dog won't be put on rabies watch if you are a responsible owner and have a rabies certificate that is current for your dog.

If you are a sensible renter, you will have renter's insurance. Let them investigate and deal with it.

If things occurred as you say, then there is no reason for tests and treatment. If it was that serious, she would have gone to a doctor, not a nurse buddy. And bills from the nurse would be bogus, since they aren't allowed to treat people independent of a doctor's supervision. She will also have to get a doctor to say the tests were necessary, but generally there is no need for any testing.

A nurse or doctor would be required to report a dog bite. So that will be up to animal control as to what they do.

Too bad you didn't take a picture of it.

At this point, turn it over to your insurance, if you have any. They can deal with it. Otherwise, make her sue you. The court will require solid proof of her claims. In the meantime, write down every detail of what happened. If she only has a small bill, like $50 or something, just pay it. But make her sign a statement that this will end any and all claims related to the incident.

Where Can I Find The Bradford Law Dictionary.?

well you can look in the library and she if they have it, if not on the internet and reasearch about it. I know there is a book of law and secretary so you can get that for a secondary book.

Family Court Violation?
My Ex And I Have Been Back And Forth To Court Numerous Times, The Judge Makes Us Come To An Agreement But As Soon As We Are Out Of Court She Does Whatever She Wants. She Constantly Traps Me By Making A Mutual Agreement And Then 20 Min Before It Supposed To Happen She Calls And Changes Things. Our Paperwork States All Changes Require 24 Hour Notice. She Cancels Taking Our Daughter Becuase She Dosent Want To Take Her When She Is Sick. Then She Calls Me Screaming And Yelling She Wants More Time With Her Since She Missed Her Visitation. I Try And Work It Out But Nothing Is Good Enough For Her. Our Paperwork States Any Extra Time Is Based On Mutual Agreement. She Missed Her Holiday Once And Showed Up The Following Sunday While I Was At Work Demanding My Girlfriend Hand Over My Daughter. It Wasnt Her Day To Take Her. I Dont Know What To Do. Would All These Things Fall Under Violation? Also She Is So Emotionially Unstable She Constantly Has Breakdowns In Front Of Our Daughter And She Lets Her Boyfriend Scream And Degrade Her In Front Of Our Duaghter. I Dont Want To Keep Our Child From Her But I Really Think She Needs Help And I Dont Think Its Good For My Daughter To See These Things. She Uses &Quot;Fun&Quot; Things To Convince Our Daughter To Go With Her And Offers More Fun Things If My Daughter Will &Quot;Forgive&Quot; Her Boyfriend For Yelling And Give Him Another Chance.

I would take her to court in a second. For full custody. Why should your daughter be subjected to her mother's instability? And I sure wouldn't put up with someone else yelling at my child. There is no skipping your day when your child is sick. Sorry, but that's what she signed up for when she became a mother. Although, maybe even though it's not right, your daughter is better cared for by you when she's sick. Sounds like mom doesn't care at all. I would tell her that if she wants to change visitation, she needs to deal with you, not your girlfriend. And if she is having "breakdowns" in front of your daughter, I would report this to my lawyer. You sound like a caring guy who is trying to work with her but it's not going well for your daughter. Document everything and bring it back to court. Good Luck to you & your daughter.

Pet Injury Law Issue?
Hello, I Brought My Beagle To The Vet For A Simple Uti Test And My Vet Dropped My Dog Which Resulted In A Her Breaking Her Foot. Now My Dog Is In A Splint For 6 To 8 Weeks. They Didn'T Charge Us For The Splint But My Concern Is That She Is Only 3 And May Not Walk Right Afterwards. And To Make Matters Worse, It Happened A Few Days After My Son Was Born. So I Have A Wife Not At 100% (Since She Just Gave Birth)And We Have A 2 Year Old, A 10 Year Old, And The Newborn To Worry About. Now We Have An Injured Dog To Care For Which Is Not Making Our Life Any Easier. Is There Anything We Can Do Law Wise? We Live In Illinois.

Probably not much, unless it was gross negligence, rather than just a squirmy dog, that was the case of the fall. While I understand why you are upset and feel your pain, the law isn't the answer to everything. It seems to me that the vet is doing the right thing by you and where it not for everything else on your plate (not his/her or your fault) you would probably have a lot different take on the situation.

If there is serious permanent damage to the dog, which is not overly likely, what would a monetary award do for you? If the dog does wind up with permanent problems, speak to your vet about free follow on care for the dog's life.