Is my Complaint clear and is it eligible for arbitration according to court rule? Ms. Burtner on behalf of Yorkshire Terrier National Rescue,Inc. and Ms.Phillips on behalf of Arizona Toy Breed Rescue Corp. refuse to return my dog "Tiny" back to me. "tiny" is a 9 year 4 month old, 5 lb. male yorkshire terrier dog aka "Valentine" as he was purchased for $978.00 on February 14,2004. On October 6, 2011 my dog "Tiny" was placed with Yorkshire Terrier National Rescue with the understanding that: There would be an attempt to place the dog with a loving family and the dog would not be given to or placed in the care of another shelter and if the dog was not placed in a reasonable amount of him, the dog would be returned to me After "Tiny" the yorkshire terrier dog was given to another shelter herein refered to as Arizona Toy Breed Rescue, and given the alia's of "Scooter" and then placed on "Petfinder.com" from January 2012 to March 12, 2013, I reqested several times the dog be returned to me. Each time I was informed via e-mail that "the dog was now a snowbird residing in the state of Washington" which he was not, and "the dog is being adopted as we speak" and "this can't be your dog, he's not old enought to be your dog". I seek relief from the court ordering defendants to return "Tiny" the 9year 4 month old male yorshire terrier dog to me. Rhonda XXXXXXX@XXXXXX.XXX
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