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Dogs in Common Areas
Posted By kdub on September 21, 2016
LUMA Rules and Regulations state clearly that in the common areas, such as the terrace, lobby or elevators for example, pets must be held or on a leash by someone capable of controlling the pet at all times. When walking with your pet outdoors, please keep in mind that pets are not allowed inside of the planters, including those on the terrace and in front of the building. It is the homeowner’s or resident’s responsibility to clean up after his/her pet, including, any dirt or droppings that may have inadvertently been deposited upon any part of the building’s common property or any public street abutting or visible from the property. Homeowners and/or tenants must properly dispose of any animal waste properly. Pets are not allowed in the pool area unless they are service animals. We ask all residents to be aware and abide by these requirements.
Pet owners, recognize there are people, who are afraid of dogs no matter their size, and fearful of dogs frightening their young children. Some dogs don’t like or fear other dogs and some just bark. As a matter of safety, you and your dog are encouraged to practice safe behavior while around other dogs especially in the common areas and around the building. Please use common sense and courtesy when moving around in the common areas with your pets. If your pet is frightening someone, please move away or wait and take the next elevator whenever possible.
You and your pet are expected to behave in a manner that’s consistent with the rules of the community established for the safety and welfare of all.