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DoggiePuppy
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Jan 12, 2010, 1:45 AM

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Hi,

I am currently living in a condominium. Just shifted in 3 months ago due to some unforseen circumstances. My dog followed the whole family here of course.

My question is, is there any way that I can keep this dog around the condo without needing to hide it? She is one really obedient dog and it has been a long time here and she didn't even dare to make a single bark because we told her she shuldn't in a condo.

I find it very poorthing cause now she's restricted to go out, restricted to bark. She does nothing but sleeping and walking around the house only daily.

Is there anyway I can expose her without offending or getting into trouble with any authority? Please help.
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Knotidoc
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Jan 12, 2010, 2:35 AM

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Re: [DoggiePuppy] Dogs in Condos [In reply to] Can't Post

It all depends what condominium you are staying and on which floor. If it is a privately owned or the developer is a private concern and your immediate neighbours are understanding then you should have no problem with a toy or a medium size dog such as a MS, Beagle or Shih Tzu.






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wing0112
Dog Kichi

Jan 13, 2010, 7:35 AM

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yups it all depends on which condo u stay and tha majority there... if ur dog is toy size and dont make any noise.. and u keep ur dog poo n pee from smelling ur neighbour.. u shouldnt have any problem... my fren always hide her dog when goin out and she always bring da dog to the field or park for a walk...


janice_yong
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May 8, 2010, 7:59 AM

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Hi,

Can anyone here who has had a bad experience living with pets in a condo, for example been asked to move out, harrassed by management, etc. please write to me at janice_yong16266.

I'd like to highlight this problem in Malaysia in an article I'm writing. Tx.


janice_yong
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May 8, 2010, 7:40 PM

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Sorry, my email address incomplete. The correct address as follows:

janice_yong16266@yahoo.com


SupaMolly
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Nov 12, 2010, 3:23 PM

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Luckily the condo Im staying in allows me to have 3 super active dogs : A beagle, border collie cross , and a sheltie..

They do bark at times when they play or argue though, but its still OK cus my neighbors dont live too near to me.. their units are all quite a distance to mine.. Frown


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SupaMolly
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Nov 12, 2010, 3:23 PM

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Luckily the condo Im staying in allows me to have 3 super active dogs : A beagle, border collie cross , and a sheltie..

They do bark at times when they play or argue though, but its still OK cus my neighbors dont live too near to me.. their units are all quite a distance to mine.. Frown


My beloved Molly looks like MooMooo

My beloved Snoopy makes 1 of the funniest beagle in the world

My beloved Lassie is the teh-est sheltie although he is a male !



Frown Molly Gal : 16 June 2007 | Snoopy Zai : 4 Jan 2010 | Lassie Zai : 23 April 2010

| Husky Zai : 24 Jan 2010
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barker
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Dec 6, 2010, 10:46 AM

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Re: [SupaMolly] Dogs in Condos [In reply to] Can't Post

which condo do you live in?


SupaMolly
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Dec 6, 2010, 11:43 AM

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it's seputeh condo :)


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My beloved Snoopy makes 1 of the funniest beagle in the world

My beloved Lassie is the teh-est sheltie although he is a male !



Frown Molly Gal : 16 June 2007 | Snoopy Zai : 4 Jan 2010 | Lassie Zai : 23 April 2010

| Husky Zai : 24 Jan 2010
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barker
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Feb 4, 2011, 1:03 PM

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Re: [SupaMolly] Dogs in Condos [In reply to] Can't Post

hey... whats the rental like for say a one bedroom?

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Ange
Dog Kichi

Jul 22, 2012, 6:55 AM

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I think pugs are excellent condo pets. They are calm, compact and quiet. Only draw back is that you'll have to sweep your floor more often...fur.

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