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B.C. man wins months-long dog custody battle after sharing agreement with ex breaks down

Animal lawyer Rebeka Breder says pet custody terms should be put in writing. Harlen is a vizsla, an active breed known for their fierce loyalty. (Ian Birnie) A man in Pemberton, B.C., has gotten his dog back after a months-long battle with his ex-girlfriend that started with shared custody and escalated to her making a unilateral decision to keep the pet to herself in Vancouver. The B.C. Civil Resolution Tribunal, which deals with small claims disputes, recently decided the man is the dog's rightful owner even though he and his ex both argued they were the dog's primary caregiver. Most provinces in Canada define dogs and other pets as property — regardless of who thinks they provide better c

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