Guard Dogs and Colorado’s Unlawful Ownership of a Dangerous Dog Statute

Colorado’s Dangerous Dog statute is an unforgiving statute for a dog. The Animal Law Firm’s animal attorneys have seen all types of very sweet, loving dogs on the wrong side of the Unlawful Ownership of a Dangerous Dog statute because it was poorly written and places strict liability on the dog (and the owner). Strict …

What You Should Do if You Suspect Veterinary Malpractice

The Animal Law Firm’s Colorado Animal Attorneys in Denver and the surrounding areas want you to know what you should do if you suspect veterinary malpractice. The first step is to get your veterinary records. Our Colorado Pet Lawyers recommend that you always get a copy of your pet’s records whenever you leave the veterinarian’s …

Friday Night Fights: “Tails” from the Pet Custody Crypt

Throughout Colorado, I get a lot of calls about pet custody and ownership at The Animal Law Firm – but not all calls are from unmarried couples who broke up. A lot of calls come from neighbors, friends, or former roommates who had a schism in their relationship and the dog owner “lost” the dog …

Veterinary Malpractice in the Modern Era

In Colorado, the most important part of beginning a veterinary malpractice lawsuit is to have what is called a “certificate of merit.” This is required by the Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure. It is also required by other states in the U.S., however, the certificate of merit may be called something else in another state, …

Where Our Pet Lawyers Serve

The Animal Law Firm’s animal lawyers serve the following cities in Colorado: Denver, Colorado Aurora, Colorado Castle Rock, Colorado Fort Collins, Colorado Colorado Springs, Colorado Lakewood, Colorado Arvada, Colorado Commerce City, Colorado Cherry Creek, Colorado Denver Tech Center, Colorado Glendale, Colorado Centennial, Colorado Englewood, Colorado Littleton, Colorado Thornton, Colorado Broomfield, Colorado Westminster, Colorado Boulder, Colorado …

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