rehoming a dog in VA ( serious replies only)?

… . asked:

a few months ago i needed to rehome one of my dogs, she knew alot about the breed..that very same day she took the dog home.

So the next day she calls to tell me that her dog and mine were getting along. The day after or next 2 days she calls again and tells me that the dog i gave her ripped her new carpet and so on…tells me that she doesnt like the dog and wants to return it but i have to go and pick him up coz she didnt have a car that day. i picked up the dog and looked at the ripped carpet..when i got to her apartment, the place didnt seem like the carpet was new at all…

MY QUESTION :

DO I HAVE TO PAY FOR THE RIPPED CARPET THAT MY DOG CAUSED CONSIDERING I DIDNT BRING THE DOG TO HER HOUSE AND THE DOG WASNT IN MY POSSESSION ???

NOW SHE WANTS TO FILE AT A MILITARY CLAIMS COURT FOR ME TO PAY FOR THE DAMAGES !!!

HOW DO I KNOW IF HER DOG DIDNT DO THAT OR SHE DID SOMETHIN TO MY DOG AND MADE HIM DO THAT…

BTW the dog never bit, chewed or ripped anythin at my house.

NEED SERIOUS REPLIES PLEASE, I NEED TO KNOW IF SHE CAN DO THAT.

THANK YOU
WHEN I REHOMED MY DOG, I DIDNT ASK FOR ANY MONEY, JUST A GOOD HOME…DIDNT HAVE A CONTRACT OR ANYTHING.

Rehoming a stray dog?

Cash–Rescue, Foster, Adopt! asked:

So i found a very sweet stray, he was never claimed. I am suspicious he was dumped. Since he wasn’t claimed, I decided to put an ad and rehome him.
I asked each potential adopter these questions
Will the dog be indoors? He isn’t potty trained, are you willing to train him?
Is the yard secure?
Do you have other pets?
Will you fix the dog? (which in turn requires a vet visit and vaccinations)
When I find a home for him, i plan on taking him to the prospective home to check out the environment. Any other questions I should ask?
I have gotten some great responses in rehoming him, but I want to make sure he won’t end up on the streets again.
Thanks…i have low cost neuter info from agencies available to give to the new owner

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