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justwondering
Doggies
Sun Feb 14, 2010 00:51
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I live in a co-op with a no pet policy. However, permission was granted to those who had small dogs before we all became residents of this newly built coop back in 2004. However, lately, I'm seeing more dogs and bigger dogs. How can the policy be enforced? We have fees in place, but sensitive to enforce. And, I can only imagine an even worse scenario, what ever happened to Spot?

    • Doggies Bob, Sun Feb 14 09:03
      As you stated you have dog policies but do/will not enforce them, here lies your problem. You either address the issue or forget it. In my Coop we have so called "house rules" but they mean nothing... more
    • Pets...DOB laws VP, Sun Feb 14 08:00
      We just passed a House Rule that there can only be three pets to an apartment. In our research we discovered that there are NYState laws protecting pet owners who had pets before rules were passed.... more
      • Doggies justwondering, Sun Feb 14 13:54
        I say sensitive to act, because kids at some point in their growing years will pester their parents for a dog.
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