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So I adopted a pit bull puppy from animal shelter 2 months ago. The female puppy is absolutely amazing loving dog. Here comes the new managing company for our HOA and establishes new rule that no pit bulls allowed in the neighborhood. This is disgusting... I have no choice but to try to give her away. I called animal shelter and they said they might put her down because they have too many pit bulls already. She's 4 month old American Pit Bull terrier. She loves cuddling and sleeping so she's not much work at all. She's house broken and already had all her shots, spade and microchipped. She's good with other dogs and kids. The hate for pit bulls is beyond me...

 

Here's her picture with my german sheppard

 

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Existing pets/residents aren't grandfathered in? The HOA should decide, not the management company hired by the HOA. Contact the head of your HOA.

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It's a new development. Apparently HOA modified the rules right around the time we got a pit bull puppy... They never notify us even tho they said they did. Three houses in the neighborhood concerned about us having a pit bull... The whole thing is bull crap.

I think people complained to HOA and HOA changed the rules and trying to force us to get rid of our puppy. If HOA decides to take legal action everyone HOA fee goes up by $60 for year. I would be better off moving...

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Tell them I don't own a Pitt Bull, she's an American Staffordshire Terrier.  Boom!

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They also banned. Lol

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I would be all over this if I thought our current 10 year old amstaff mix would tolerate it.

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I would be all over this if I thought our current 10 year old amstaff mix would tolerate it.


If u wanna meet and see I'd be glad too...

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I fuggin hate HOAs.  Pitbulls are the poo.  Hope you find her a good home...wish I could take her, she looks like a righteous pupster.

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Try the York County Humane Society, that's where I was able to have my Pit mix go when something similar happened.  Now, I would just make them sue me, it'll cost a helluva lot more for them than you.

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I bet Fug would give it a good home.  Check with him.

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I fuggin hate HOAs. Pitbulls are the poo. Hope you find her a good home...wish I could take her, she looks like a righteous pupster.


She's adorable sweet thing. She loves cuddling. She always like to put her head on my laps and fall asleep. When we driving and she sleepy, she snuggles with my German Shepherd.

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It's a new development. Apparently HOA modified the rules right around the time we got a pit bull puppy... They never notify us even tho they said they did. Three houses in the neighborhood concerned about us having a pit bull... The whole thing is bull crap.

I think people complained to HOA and HOA changed the rules and trying to force us to get rid of our puppy. If HOA decides to take legal action everyone HOA fee goes up by $60 for year. I would be better off moving...

 

I think this may cross some legal boundaries. 

 

If they didn't notify you then you can easily fight this. I would go make sure that you didn't miss an email. Then ask the HoA to tell you exactly when and how residents were notified.

 

I'm guessing that no grandfathering could break laws as well. 

 

Finally I would read the new rules carefully and see what the process is supposed to be. How do they prove it is a pitbull?

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