I Run A Training School For Hunting Dogs, But I Have Not Been Paid For My Services. What Can I Do To Recover My Money?

If you board, train, or keep any hunting dog, or any other animal for a fee, then you have the option of placing a lien on that dog and all of its related property. If there is a lien on the hunting dog, then the rightful owner cannot take the dog back until the owner pays you for your services.

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