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Owners say their prize-winning Samoyed was neutered without their permission

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Justin is a stud no more, and the handsome Samoyed’s New York owners are suing his temporary caretaker for having him neutered without their permission, and refusing to give him back.

Cecile and Victor Stanton, of Jericho, N.Y., filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles last week against Beverly Jeffries of Pasadena, Calif., claiming she refuses to return their dog, whose official American Kennel Club name is Polar Mist You Gotta Believe.

The Stantons agreed to give temporary custody of the AKC-registered Grand Champion to Jeffries while they retained ownership, according to a contract signed in February and included in the lawsuit.

But, according to the lawsuit, when the Stantons asked for the dog to be returned in May, Jeffries refused, ABC News reports

In the lawsuit, the Stantons say Jeffries had Justin neutered without their permission in April.

The dog is worth an estimated $250,000, according to the suit — and his breeding value alone was worth $100,000.

The Stantons bought the dog in 2006, according to a certificate issued by the American Kennel Club.

The Stantons are suing Jeffries for $350,000, citing breach of contract, promissory fraud, and intentional infliction of severe emotional distress.

Neither Jeffries nor the Stantons could be reached by ABC for comment.

(Photo by Ken O’Brien, O’Brien Photos, via Infodog)

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