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Is there any rule in that all the societies should have pet park?

I have a 17 month old Finnish Spitz and he lives with me in our Ten Block Society at Hyderabad. I am facing a problem with some of the neighbours who object to the pet doing his daily routines on a road which is very close to the balconies of one of the blocks. They insist I should walk him over to the main road which is full of street dogs that come and attack me and my Dog. In the process my pet is too scared to come on to the road. I strongly feel that all societies need to have a pet park for the pets in the society. Is there any rule in this regard?
By Rohit · 09 May 2011 5:05 pm

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By xceww · 10 May 2011 11:35 pm
Thats one problem we all face especially in India, not many pet parks and violent Stray dogs. As far as rules go..do remember to scoop the poop after he does his business or you may get into trouble if they complain to municipal authorities. Society cant be compelled to have a pet park.
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By Rohit · 11 May 2011 2:20 pm
@Putran. Thanks for your response. Do you mean to say even if he poops on the road?
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By Melissa · 13 May 2011 6:25 pm
Hi Rohit, yes it is a good practice to scoop the poop wherever it may be. The idea isnt tasteful I know :) but it isnt that bad, I do it all the time (and I have two dogs). You can wear those synthetic gloves, take some tissues and plastic bags - works perfect and your hand does not get dirty :) Spread the word, then all our pets will be welcome to walk anywhere they want!
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