You have enough proof you are the owner of the dog. This woman sounds extremely unstable. Its probably not worth it to sue her but help the prosecutor file harassment charges and see if you can get a temporary restraining order.
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If she sues you the fact that she had the vet list you as owner is very strong evidence in your favor.
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