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Q. Gave a two months female puppy. My question is there any legal way to take the puppy back?

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Raju Raju Vangala

posted 4 months ago

question iconGave a two months female puppy. My question is there any legal way to take the puppy back?

Gave a two months female puppy 7 months ago to one of my known friend FREE with certain conditions like BREEDING etc. I don't see any positive behavior from them. I'm totally upset now.

My question is there any legal way to take the puppy back? Puppy mother is with me only. Any help or advice is appreciated greatly.

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Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

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A.Dear Sir,
You may approach NGO for animal welfare and then approach nearest police station and convince them the way in which he is treating the animal. Thus, you may get that puppy again.

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A.Dear Sir/ Madam,
Try and talk this out with your friends' family if they don't wish to take care then take the pet in your custody. If things go beyond control then please approach animal protection NGO
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A.Dear Sir/ Madam,
Maybe try and talk with your friend about the situation, if they do not agree to take care then try taking back the pet in your custody. If none of it works then maybe contact the nearest animal protection NGO they can help you.
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A.If there is no paper work done in that respect and all the medical vaccination reports, certificates etc of the puppy low with you I don't think there should be a problem legally. But as much as I am aware emotionally puppies become attached to the people with whom they are used to live for certain time so psychologically this might disturb the puppy she will have to again adjust in new atmosphere so you just think as seven months is a long time from perspective of a dog. Anyhow you may go ahead if you have a good reason to do so for the betterment of your puppy but it would be better if you claim you puppy back with amicable solution as much possible. Thank you.
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