Big CA Case Likely won’t Focus on Seizure Law

We have our doubts on this case and now do not believe that the challenge will primarily focus on the code which allows for seizure (although we are fairly sure that if it did, it would be published, as in a published case…) but would focus on damages (losses) When property is seized under the … Continue reading

Another Lawsuit: Attorney Owner of “pitbull” Sued…

New York condo-pit-bull-complaint Here we go again (LOL like the song…) This lawsuit included the video of an attacking dog we presume, it says that’s what it has?? Of course, we would all think of this question: had the dog NOT been identified AS an actual “pitbull” but instead, they called it some other breed … Continue reading

AR Behavior: “What Not to Do” Example 10yr Later…

Dog-attack victim fought back Tracy Hon is recovering from an attack from a bulldog in her Chico home Thursday. With Hon is her 7-year-old boxer, Sarah.(Ty Barbour/Enterprise-Record) NOTE—Dog in picture was not the attacking dog. By LARRY MITCHELL – Staff Writer  06/23/07, 12:01 AM PDT | Among the many things Tracy Hon learned from being savagely … Continue reading

Propaganda Politics and the AR Machine

This clearly explains why we will never change the AR (animal rights movement)… simply exchange “of Donald Trump” to “of AR crazies”…………. Altemeyer on Trump’s Supporters 7 JUL 2017  JOHN DEAN John W. Dean, former counsel to President Richard Nixon, relates the research and words of psychology professor Bob Altemeyer as the latter explains how … Continue reading

No Generic “Pitbull” Issue in CA Federal Court

California Courts of Appeal Opinions Hupp v. Solera Oak Valley Greens Assn. Docket: E065766 (Fourth Appellate District) Opinion Date: June 23, 2017 Judge: Carol D. Codrington Areas of Law: Animal / Dog Law, Real Estate & Property Law Plaintiff Aristea Hupp (Aristea) appealed after the trial court granted defendants Solera Oak Valley Greens Association and … Continue reading