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Emotional Support Animals Must Obey a Co-op’s House Rules (NY)

/ Owner - March 25, 2024

Q: We live in a small, no-pets Westchester County co-op. Our upstairs neighbors were recently allowed to acquire an emotional support dog. The dog runs back and forth for 30 minutes at a time, and it frequently scratches a bedroom rug, waking us up throughout the night. We have shared our concerns with the neighbors, and they seemed receptive, but the problem persists. How can we balance the rights of people to have emotional support animals with our right to live peacefully?   Read the article…………………………….

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