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Dog deemed Agressive

Discussion in 'Dog Ordinances & Laws' started by Dauz21, Nov 2, 2015.

  1. Dauz21

    Dauz21 Pup

    Hi all,


    I own a condo downtown and my sister moved in a few months ago with her French bulldog. They used to live in the suburbs and he has had a hard time adjusting to hustle and bustle of the building on leash. He pulls and whines whenever he's on the leash and gets especially jumpy when he see people or other dogs. We are aware of the problem and have had a trainer come out a few times. She told us he needs space when walking and is exhibiting signs that he wants to play with other dogs rather than he wants to attack. However, someone on our floor (another owner) has complained of him being aggressive to other dogs and people. Just wondering if anyone has dealt with a similar situation in which they lived in a building. Is there any way this other resident can have us or our dog kicked out with out any kind of attack and just perceived aggression? We do have a condo board-I'm not sure if they could take action if any.
     
  2. Robertosilva

    Robertosilva CH Dog

    It's a French Bulldog not capable of hurting much except itself from breathing difficulties. If they have no proof don't worry.
     
  3. F.D.

    F.D. Top Dog

    If one person complained, I doubt it's too bad at this point.
    See what condo rules are in place. How big is this dog?
     

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