No Pets Allowed? Condo Living With a Dog Can Be Tricky (HI)

Scoring a pet-friendly condo can be difficult–so difficult, in fact, that some people are finding creative ways to skirt the restrictions.  First, we started running into dogs in boutiques, usually in a purse. Then they started popping up in hotels and restaurants. Usually small dogs, but occasionally some big ones, too. They’re mostly well behaved, they make their owners happy, it keep us from seeing pets locked in hot cars, and really, it’s become the norm.    Read the article…………..


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