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IF you have pictures and then found the dog urine after the inspection when the carpet dried and all of these issues, you can seek to hold them liable for damages caused that you can prove happened under their tenancy. If you sent them the proper notice within 21 days regarding damages and costs, they can dispute those costs, but they would not be entitled to triple damages if you gave proper notice and have a proper list of damages.
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You would answer the suit and state the days are incorrect. Also, you can indeed and should countersue for the additional damages that you sustained that were their fault