Size Matters When It Comes to Pets

The other day BylawsOnline was contacted by a strata manager who was instructed by their executive committee to have a by-law prepared to restrict the size of a pet allowed on the property and/or define the breeds of pets allowed in the scheme. This request followed an application from an owner to keep a dog which the executive committee felt was too large for apartment living.    Read the article………..


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