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JSprouse
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 20, 2018 8:32 pm
Post subject: Barking Dogs

Does the HomeOwners Association do any communication to the entire homeowners on their responsibility for their dogs? There are residents who let their dogs out who just roam around the neighborhood. There are residents who also leave their dogs tied up who constantly bark during the night. This use to be a quiet area but lately the barking has increased. Dog owners need to be respectful of their neighbors and keep their pets on their own property and address the excessive barking issues. Am I the only one who see this as an issue?

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PostPosted: Tue Mar 20, 2018 8:49 pm
Post subject: Re: Barking Dogs

I agree with you, I hate dogs that are left to bark.

As you probably know there is no HOA here only an ACC to address deed restrictions.

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 02, 2019 5:59 am
Post subject: Re: Barking Dogs

The Deed Restrictions understandably don't address barking or loose dogs, however Bexar County has related ordinances. Animal Control will pick up loose dogs (but the trick is you need to capture/cage them). The Sherriff will respond to nuisance noise complaints (nighttime barking). The ROACC has addressed this issue in the annual newsletter mailed to all property owners, assuming that most residents are respectful of their neighbors and the community.
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