January 26, 2022

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Keeping Fido Fit

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The plaintiffs had three purebred bulldogs. They said their purchase contract requires the dogs to get neutered, but the defendants didn’t have their dog fixed. The plaintiffs say the defendants refuse to return the puppy they got from the plaintiffs, so they’re suing for breach of contract. The defendants say the agreement only requires the dog to get fixed if they wanted their American Kennel Club paperwork, which they have no interest in. They argue they don’t want to neuter the dog because it changes the dog’s temperament, and they don’t plan on breeding it.

Case 31-069

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Source: The People’s Court

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