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By Anonymous - / Wednesday 30 May 2012 05:25 / United States - Astoria
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By  Briscuit  |  24

I'd be breaking some doors down if my dog was stolen. I don't see it as an overreaction either, to some people they're like children. I hope you get your dog back, OP. Good luck.

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only from him to claim it's his dog and bitches be crazy

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  Lizzy500  |  16

What Twizted said. If the vet records are in your name, that proves ownership and you can call the cops to get your dog back. If you never took the dog to the vet, or records are in his or both names, you may be farked.

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  claysgurl09  |  5

Actually the cops won't get involved over that. It's a civil issue. Sorry, now If you take him to court with papers you can get your dog back. You can call the cops but in the state of Texas, any type of property that is left with the other person is called civil property and they won't touch,

By  briienna14  |  0

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By  Briscuit  |  24

I'd be breaking some doors down if my dog was stolen. I don't see it as an overreaction either, to some people they're like children. I hope you get your dog back, OP. Good luck.

By  ohmandapants  |  16

Do you know where he's living now? Go get your damn dog back OP you don't need his permission to show up an collect your dog. Just show up. Edit: whoops, 5 beat me to it.

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