Animal law enforcement


Although legal in El Paso county in Colorado springs to have a goat it states it must be disbudded. Which means no horns my goat was disbudded he is fixed and fits all the other requirements but all goats grocers back and his curs appear like horns. he is almost 7 years old and they are requiring that I have him dehorned which is extremely painful and dangerous to the animal I want to fight for his rights to keep them and keep myself from being fined or having him taken away.

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Asked on February 23, 2020 2:54 pm
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Of course we would be happy to help you through this issue., primarily we'll have to prove that he has previously been disbudded. The first step in obtaining our assistance is to schedule a free case assessment by calling 719-284-6262 or schedule online at At your appointment we'll discuss the charges, the ordinance, your defenses, your options, the legal process, timeline, your concerns and desired results, how we can help, costs, etc.

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