HOA wants me to get rid of my dogs!! Edit. EDIT again in red
I've had my pitbull since she was 4 weeks old. She's 4 YEARS old now. We also have a retriever/husky mix who is 4 Months old. And we've lived in our condo now for a year. Now we get a letter in the mail that says we aren't allowed to have dogs anymore. Most of the people in our complex have dogs. That's why we all chose these apartments, because they allowed dogs and not a lot of others do.
wtf do I do now? Do they just expect everyone to drop their dogs off at the humane society and say Bon Voyage? What would you do?
EDIT: Sorry I might not have been clear enough. We lease from the condo owner. And the lease is up at the end of April.
EDIT AGAIN: Wow, you people are vicious. Lol. Seriously, you just love tearing people down when they need help, don't you. I would call you Ladies, but it's clear you are not (Obviously not meant for the ladies who actually gave decent, kind advice).
There's nothing wrong with having 2 toddlers in a room and an infant co sleeping (he does have his own crib in our room). And the dogs are just fine with the 1000+ sqft we have. And they go out 2+ times a day for walks and to the dog park 100 yards away from our front door. Not everyone can afford to have a nice big house with 1 kid to a bedroom and a yard. We all make due with what we have.
My home is not a pig stye. There are no buggers on the walls. No pet stains on the carpets or walls. And Everyone was perfectly happy with all of this until we got that stupid letter in the mail. They didnt say why they decided to change the rules and I don't think it has anything to do with our dog's breed.
Our lease says we may have our dogs, we even payed separate deposits for BOTH of them. And for anyone who obviously doesn't know what a LEASE is, here is the definition straight from the dictionary: a contract renting land, buildings, etc., to another; a contract or instrument conveying property to another for a specified period or for a period determinable at the will of either lessor or lessee in consideration of rent or other compensation.