|Two separate aggressive dog incidents at the condominiums have been reported to the Property Manager within the past two weeks.|
In one incident, a Doberman Pinscher attacked a smaller dog in December and in the other incident, a large dog (breed of dog not known) recently attacked a puppy. Both smaller dogs are o.k.
Violation letters have been sent to the owners of the large dogs.
Per the docs for townhomes, condos, and apartments ,"No pets which are considered a ''dangerous breed'' (e.g., pit bull, rottweiler, python, etc.) shall be permitted. The keeping of a dog or other domestic pet is not a right of an Owner, but is a conditional license. This conditional license is subject to termination at any time by the Board of Directors upon a finding that a dog or other pet is vicious, is annoying to other residents, or has in any way become a nuisance. The owner of a pet assumes liability for all damage to persons or property caused by the pet or resulting from its presence at the Condominium Property."
While this problem is being sorted out, residents with small dogs and children should be alert to the possible presence of aggressive dogs. And the owners of the dogs should keep them on a tight leash and muzzled when they are outside.
In addition, if there are other owners of "dangerous breed" dogs living here, now would be a good time to find them a good home other than at Green Cay Village.