Pets causing nuisance can be removed from strata blocks under laws and rules

When it comes to excuses and denial, pet owners can be even worse than doting parents. It’s never the dog or cat’s fault – there’s always some factor other than the bleeding obvious.  “I am being slowly driven out by my neighbour’s dog’s barking,” writes Dog Dodger on the Flat Chat forum. “I live in a first-floor apartment in a block of four. My neighbour and I share a small balcony that leads to stairs into the courtyard downstairs.    Read the article……….


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