Establishing Show Animal Contracts For Your Protection

Co-owning a purebred show animal — such as a horse, cow, dog, or bird — can be a highly rewarding experience. Not only do you have the pleasure of raising a beautiful animal, you may reap financial benefits as well.

Your show animal is not just a pet — it is a valuable asset that deserves a high level of legal protection. As an individual owner or co-owner of a purebred champion or grand champion, preserve your rights to winnings and breeding income by consulting an experienced animal contract lawyer for knowledgeable answers and legal assistance.

Protecting Your Rights With Show Animal Agreements

Pedro A. Cofiño, founding attorney of Cofiño Trial Law in Miami Beach, is a highly experienced show animal owner. He has been active in the show world since 1998, maintains a dog kennel with his wife and has owned numerous champion dogs over the years.

As a board member and past president of the Greater Miami Dog Club, as well as a representative to the American Kennel Club (AKC), our animal lawyer understands the financial commitment and emotional attachment involved with raising a show animal.

You have too much to lose by failing to have a written contract even if your show animal arrangement is for a short time or involves a seemingly small matter.

Litigating animal law matters in court can be very expensive, and we do not want to see you lose your passion for animals due to losses that could have been avoided. If you have an ownership interest in an animal, we will help you protect your rights with a written agreement regarding such issues as:

  • Purchasing a young or adult animal
  • Breeding your animal
  • Creating a partnership or co-ownership of a show animal
  • AKC and other types of registration applications

Experienced And Knowledgeable Legal Assistance Throughout Florida

Let Cofiño Trial Law help you protect yourself from complications and legal ramifications that may arise when breeding, raising and showing your valuable animal.

Contact us online or call our Miami Beach office at 305-222-7389 to schedule a consultation with our animal law attorney. If you retain our services, the consultation cost will be applied to your retainer. For your convenience, credit cards are accepted. Hablamos español.