|Sent on:||Wednesday, October 1, 2008 8:51 AM|
I would be happy to talk to your leasing office if that would help, I am familiar with the laws. At this point you will have the greatest success working with the individual who complained to rescind the complaint and state it was a misunderstanding. I had a similar situation many years ago with my Greyhound, he was harmless but scared a neighbor. She wanted 1200 dollars to cover treatment for her fear and when I told her to hit the road, she brought it up to the condo association and I had 24 hours to remove the dog. I put the Greyhound in a foster home and visited every day – for three months until I could move. I wouldn’t have been able to give him up and in the end I should have negotiated with individual. I would suggest you invite the neighbor out for lunch, coffee etc and ask them to rescind the complaint and then deal with the leasing office. Move quickly and you can resolve. I am willing to help talk to leasing office and or individual if you are having problems. Ultimately the leasing office can ask that the dog be removed, and can allow the dog to stay. I would look into moving either way…..You can reach me at [address removed]
I agree with all the other emailers. They have no right to just evict your dog. If you had permission to have him there in the first place? Just because he got loose? It's not like he bit anyone, right?
Yes, you should talk to the owner of your building or management, and then go apologize to the person. You just have to kill them with kindness.
I have heard this idea with the psychiatrist several times and tha actually is valid. They can not make you get rid of your dog.
If I lived in a house I would board him, but I am in an
apartment and have a large dog who is very protective of his space. But I
will ask around.
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