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Am i able to press charges against the company for not being skilled enough to tell me the signs and symptoms of my dogs pregnancy.

1 Answers. Asked on Jul 15th, 2017 on Animal Law - Tennessee
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I took our dog in for a checkup. Within a couple hours, i had concerns about our dog. I took her back. The dr said if i noticed (mentioned) symptoms, to bring her back. I took her back at least 3 other times in a week. Then multiple times the next week. Seeing different drs every time. The last dr told me she was pregnant, at least 45 days. Less than a week later she had the puppies. Days later, she died from a lot of blood loss. The thing is, if the drs told me she was pregnant, we could have ended the pregnancy, because we dis not want to breed her at that time. Drs said she would have 6 pups, she had 8.
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Answered on Jul 16th, 2017 at 12:35 AM

The question that you are asking is not a legal question but one more of veterinary medicine procedure that I can not answer.

If you would like to contact me personally by either phone or email, you may do so as follows: Patrick Johnson, Johnson, Scruggs & Barfield, 95 White Bridge Road, S. 508, Nashville, Tennessee, 37205, email:; Cell: 615-646-9417; Office: 615-352-8326

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