If u own a dog and that dog knocks up another dog could you be held liable for doggy child support?
- bluebonnetgrannyLv 71 month ago
Boy! That is a big IF. I wouldn't own a dog capable to reproducing. But no, you are not held responsible. One or the other or both were where they shouldn't have been.
- VerulamLv 71 month ago
No. Even if this was remotely possible (puppy support), which it's NOT, it's up to YOU to keep your dog properly contained so he can't get out to be siring unwanted litters. And if that's not possible, get him castrated.
Theoretically you could ask the owner of the b itch for a stud fee - but I'd love to be there when you try that!!
- Anonymous1 month ago
"Knocks up"? How old are you, 12?
- Nekkid Truth!Lv 71 month ago
If the b*tch was a purebred dog that they had planned on breeding this heat to produce purebred pups, you could be held liable for the losses of profit.
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- The Football GodLv 71 month ago
Only if the [b i t c h] forces the issue.
- Land-sharkLv 71 month ago
In this ridiculous PC world where everything that moves can be monetized and litigated, you probably could. Though dogs are still regarded as property and your dog would maybe have 'damaged' the other one.
In the real pet dog world though, only an idiot owner lets a dog that's in season out and about off leash.
- pattyLv 51 month ago
yes make the dog pay for it