The plaintiff also said that she had a note from her vet saying the dog was not the same age and breed as the man’s stolen dog.
However, Judge Judy said, “The question is, is this his dog?”
She asked a woman with the defendant to go outside and bring the dog into the courtroom.
The judge then allowed the dog to go off the leash to see where Baby Boy would go first. “Put the dog down,” she said firmly.
The little dog immediately ran to the plaintiff, and the case was quickly closed.
One person commented, “As a dog lover, this got me right in the feels.”
“Man if it was a cat it would be different. She puts the cat down and it just walks out the court room,” another person wrote.
“The dog was already leaning toward his owner when the girl was walking him in! You can’t claim that he does that to everybody, lady. He showed no interest in anybody else,” added another.
Another person chimed in, “Look at the dog’s sensitive nose when he comes into the courtroom. He IMMEDIATELY smells the air towards the owners.”
“You can see the exact SECOND the dog sees its real owner. He stares at him, sniffs towards him, and tries to wriggle out of her arms to run to him. You can see the pure unconditional love in his eyes and hear that rotten woman who stole him trying to stop the dog from exposing her lies,” added another.
Judge Judy found that the lost dog owners were to blame for not taking care of the digging situation, ruled in favor of the plaintiff and ordered the owner to pay the vet’s bills. After hearing the plaintiffs “testimony about the defendant’s neglect and calling him to deny responsibility and claim that the park was only two football fields in size, Judge Judy ruled that defendant was a witness who was lying all the time about where his dog was with him. In the case of the plaintiffs, the defendant had no evidence, so it was difficult to decide whether to take the dog home.
Also present in the courthouse was the distinguished and eminent Judge Judy Sheindlin, and the plaintiff claimed to be the original owner of a dog named Baby Boy, but that the defendants bought the adorable dog for $50 on the street and had nothing to do with it. The defendants claimed to have bought the dog and sold it on the street, but the plaintiff said the dog was taken from them and sold without their knowledge. The defendants bought Baby Boy and insisted that they had bought it from the current rightful owner of the dog without giving it to the plaintiff.
Judge Judy lost dog Case : Final Statement
When Judge Judy ordered that his lost dog be brought into the courtroom and put on the floor, it became clear that Baby Boy had no real owner.
After observing the interaction between the man and the dog, Judge Judy revealed that she knew who the dog’s real owner was. At that moment there was no denying that the man was the true owner of the dog. Judge Judy delivered her ruling, citing that the man would have won the case if he had been the owner of his dog.
The woman put the dog down and he ran to the table only to find that he had jumped on the man, so the judge allowed the man to take him in his arms. The woman and the defendant in the case insisted that the plaintiff was mistaken and that the dog was another dog. The defendant insisted he bought the dog to save his life because the woman who sold it was a pit bull who screamed that the little boy was not safe because her other dog had decided to eat him.
In court, men and women often argue over which dog belongs to whom. One particular case involved a man and woman who both believed they had a small white poodle but believed their own dog was called Baby Boy. The girl eventually sold the dog to Baby Boy without the owners knowing.
The Judge Judy lost dog case : TV Episode
The Judge Judy lost dog case, which was aired on her television show, involved a man suing a woman claiming that he was the rightful owner of her dog. Without the plaintiff’s knowledge, a resident, the defendant, had bought the dog for her mother outside a local mall for $50. The woman, who had no idea the dog had been stolen, loved the man’s beloved best friend a tiny poodle named Baby Boy and so took his original owner to court to keep him.
In this episode of the popular television show Judge Judy, a dog owner fights his lost dog with a woman who claims to have bought the dog. Judge Judy decides in one particular case to take a back seat and let the dog, called Baby Boy, settle the dispute due to her many years of experience and legal knowledge. Judge Judy instructs the defendant to put the dog on the floor to determine who the dog owner is.
If there is one case that stands out for dog owners, it is that it illustrates the strong bonds between dogs and dog owners. The plaintiffs in the case alleged that their little dog Rusty had killed their neighbor’s dog. In one particularly disturbing case, the plaintiffs had to sell their house and move to a new location, but were unable to bring their dog.
A Dog Called Baby Boy
Judge Judy Sheindlin stars in the US TV reality show Judge Judy and lets go of a stolen dog in one episode of the show before she can identify his real owner. As a secret dog expert with many tricks up her sleeve, Judge Judy knows dogs better than any man or woman and expects the dogs she owns to teach her which names to sprout.
The 2012 episode “A Dog Called Baby Boy” about a dispute about the ownership of an animal with a second life on the Internet piqued interest in pets in the courtroom. It’s not the first time Judge Judy weighed the scales of justice in favor of the rights of pets and pet owners.
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