‘Emotional support’ or a ‘no-pet’ loophole?

Q: We have a no-pet rule in our condominium association. Recently, one of the owners presented the condo board with a letter from her doctor stating that she needed a dog for emotional support. The board voted to allow her to have a dog, but I feel this is just going to open the door to more owners trying to get around the no-pet rule. Was the board correct in allowing her to have a dog, and is there anything we can do to stop other owners from doing the same thing?     Read the Q&A……………..


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