‘Buyer beware’: Large dog owner frustrated by condo’s sudden enforcement of pet bylaws

Dane Kaiser knew Leonidas, his Cane Corso puppy, was going to be big. What he didn’t know was that its size would be a problem in his condominium complex.  Other condo owners at Rutherford Village had big dogs. The president of the condo board had a Boxer. And over the last three years, Kaiser never received any complaints about Leonidas, who grew to 120 lbs.  Read the article………


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