Pet Owners’ Responsibilities
Dangerous and Nuisance Dogs
Whilst the Restrictive Covenants only permit dogs that weigh less than fifty pounds, this policy is generally not enforced provided that they are not a nuisance to other Residents or otherwise objectionable.
In the event that you encounter a problem with any pets, we recommend you try appealing to their Owner’s sense of community spirit in the first instance. If you do not succeed in doing so, you may ask Security Services to intervene, provided there is a clear case of a breach of the Guidelines.
We will insist on the removal of animals that we deem a threat because they demonstrate aggressive behavior and, if necessary, we will seek police assistance if its Owner is uncooperative.
Dogs Fouling Community Space
Dogs Damaging Property
If you observe a dog causing any damage to private or Common Property, please report the matter to Security Services who will try to contact the owner. If this fails, they will treat it as a stray animal.
Security Services sets traps to capture stray animals - in particular dogs - humanely. If we are unable to locate the owners, we hand them over to the Humane Society.
Pet owners should include emergency contact details on their pet tags, allowing Security Services to reunite a captured pet with its owner quickly.