|RE: Pet Policy||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Rob Sandelin (Exchange) (RobsanExchange.MICROSOFT.com)|
|Date: Thu, 10 Oct 1996 11:06:49 -0500|
Pets are second only to kids as the most difficult issues within=20 community.My advice is to clearly define WHY you need a pet policy=20 first, and get everyone to agree to the concept, then, and only then,=20 work on the specific details. I can think of three reasons to have a=20 pet policy: 1. Protect wildlife. Lots of research these days to show that cats in=20 particular, but also dogs have a big negative impact on native local=20 wildlife. 2. Protect members. If I am alergic or just plain dislike cats, why=20 should I be inflicted with yours? Especially if my private outdoor=20 space is small. 3. Pet poop in the commons is a drag and limits use of lawned areas,=20 especially by kids who are more likely to track the stuff on their=20 shoes into the commonhouse and homes. Rob Sandelin Sharingwood Where the pets are very much allowed, but very much controlled.
- RE: pet policy apguirard, March 8 1994
- Re: Pet Policy Charlie Hancock, October 11 1996
- Re: Pet Policy Deborah Behrens, October 14 1996
- Pet Policy Corrine Ardoin, October 17 1996
- Pet Policy Joani Blank, January 2 1997
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