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Your daughter's chances are good. because they are not married, this is not community property. So, the court is likely to look at who paid for the dog originally and who paid for all the car of the dog. Since your daughter is the one working and paid the bills, the court, in my experience, especially given the bf's situation with unemployment and drugs, is almost always going to go with the owner who paid the bills, is the most responsible, and is the person who would be in the best interest of the dog. I see very little, if anything, upon which the court would find a basis to rule in the ex-bf's favor.
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