It is becoming increasingly rare to find families who do not have a pet in their apartments. Therefore, it is widespread to find dogs and cats walking with their owners through the condominium areas. But so that this does not cause discomfort to other residents, all unit owners must be aware of the condominium rules about animals.
Contrary to what some people think, a condominium does not have the autonomy to prohibit pets in the building. The manager’s obligation, in this case, is, therefore, to make residents aware of the importance of following the rules planned for pets in an environment where a sense of collectivity must be prioritized. It is also worth remembering that the owner is responsible not only inside but also outside the home.
Below, we list the main rules that a condominium must follow when dealing with pets:
- Collars And Guides:
One of the essential items to be reinforced is that dogs must always walk on a leash, no matter their size or aggressiveness. After all, not everyone loves dogs, and it can be uncomfortable for children.
The owner’s responsibility is to clean up the necessities or other messes made by the animals in the common areas. Some condominiums even give a fine if the resident is caught leaving the dirt behind. Therefore, he should carry a plastic bag with him whenever he goes out with the dog +to immediately clean the feces. Some condominiums have adopted the provision of bags in common areas. That way, you have no excuses.
- Specific Locations:
A solution that the condominium like condo charoennakorn (คอนโด เจริญนคร which is the term in Thai) can find is to separate specific places for the owners to take their dogs, such as lawns. Thus, it prevents them from being taken to other common areas and does their needs where children circulate.
- Sounds And Aggressiveness:
If the resident has a pet that makes a lot of noise or is very aggressive, it is the owner’s responsibility to take care of it to avoid inconvenience. How to teach him to bark/meow/cheap less or put on a muzzle.
- Animal Health:
It is also essential that the animal is in good health, with up-to-date vaccines, free from fleas or ticks.