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Dog hurt Animal Injury, Dog Bite

Discussion in 'Accidents, Injuries, Negligence' started by szeg, Nov 22, 2008.

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    szeg Law Topic Starter New Member

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    Our husky went to work with our daughter at a doggy day care. Our daughter had to do other work so she put our 17 month old husky in a puppy run. Our dog was injured by chain link fence tie wraps. Our dog is a jumper and was able to jump and catch herself on a metal wrap. We did not know that she was cut that day because of the dense fur. We did see that our dog was hurt and thought she just pulled something. 3 days later we went to the vet and found out our husky was cut. Our daughter did look at the run and found the wraps that were sticking out and our daughter fixed them so no other dog would get hurt. Our daughter did not show the owner before she did it. We took the $1700 vet bill and copied them and gave them to the owner of the doggy day care. She informed us that it is the resposablity of the worker to keep an eye on their own pet and to bring a pet is a perk of the job. She informed us that she had no intention to pay. We never turned in the waver. So, is the owner responable for the equipment inside the business? Are we able to collect on the vet bills? Should this be done in small claims court?
     

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