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Pet Registration Form

Please read the following terms and fill in the form below

I/WE acknowledge and understand that:

The ownership of a household pet is a privilege not a right and this privilege, once given, may be withdrawn by a

Vote of the Board of Directors.

The ownership of a household pet is a privilege not a right and this privilege, once given, may be withdrawn by a vote of the Board of Directors.

Pet owners must not encourage or permit their pets to create a nuisance or noise inside or outside their residence that will cause a disturbance to any other member.

Pet rules are based on the County of Wellington rules as per the number of pets allowed in a unit. This does not include pets such as birds, fish, hamsters, etc. All pets must be registered with the Co-op office in case of fire (excluding fish, hamsters etc)

Subject to appeal to the Board of Directors all pets must be spayed or neutered.

Members shall not permit their pets to occupy the yard or patio space associated with their unit unsupervised unless the pet is contained in an animal kennel (cage), tethered within the perimeter of the yard or patio space, or is fully contained within the yard or patio space by a fence restricting their movement into common areas of Co-op property or neighbouring yard or patio space

Members shall not allow their pets to urinate or defecate on any balcony associated with their unit. Members shall not permit their pets to occupy the balcony spaces associated with their unit unsupervised unless the pet is contained in an animal kennel (cage).

Pet owners are expected to clean up after their pets immediately after any mess is created in accordance with the

City of Guelph Bylaws.

Pet feces will not be allowed to accumulate inside yards or patios so as to create a health hazard or nuisance to members or children. (Property Standards will walk the grounds and issue fines to members)

All pets must be under control and dogs must be leashed while on Co-op property in accordance with the City of Guelph Bylaws.

Animal Control will be called in to deal with stray dogs and cats found wandering on the loose or creating unnecessary noise (excessive barking, etc.)

Want To Become a Member

After downloading the form, please fill it out and scan  to the below mentioned email addresses. Once your application is approved you will be given access to online Forms for managing your every chores.