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I need to know what I can do about the property manager, I feel it is very unfair to tell us to leave the property or get rid of the dog when we have declared this to the estate agents. I would also like to complain about the property manager who has failed to let us try and resolve this, and in my opinion is using bullying tactics.
I do not feel that we should have to leave the property and believe the property management company are acting extremely unreasonably.
many thanks for your response, it is very helpful.
According to the property manager the lease says that pets are allowed as long as no complaints are received about the pet. We have only been here 5 days and the dog barking for one morning is not only unusual, but I cannot see how this is sufficient enough for a complaint to be upheld! We have been in two rental properties before this and never had one complaint!!
The he second compliant is someone just observing that the dog was going in to the property, so I cannot see how this is a complaint at all.... Just an observation!! This all seems to be to be a bit malicious as there is obviously one or two people who just do not want a dog in the property, and have not even approached us or given us a chance at all. We are very responsible dog owners and have never had any problems at all. I also find the property managers stance and attitude about this matter to be completely unreasonable and quite frankly bullying. I have drafted a letter of complaint to the board of directors of the company, and am urging them to consider mediation or come to some kind of agreement. To be quite honest, I am perturbed with the attitude shown regarding this matter and believe there should be some kind of way for us to fight our corner. We also have the right to lI've here without such hassle and moving in to this property has cost us a great deal of money, so we really do not want to be asked to leave after 6 or 12 months, it was always our intention to stay here for the long haul.
i look forward to your response and further help with this matter.