This rule of the week is a repeat of a post in July. Over the past two weeks, I have received multiple calls about dogs chasing runners, attacking other neighboring animals, and just wandering around. Below is the lake rule for pets. Please review D (1). Those that are experiencing issues with neighborhood dogs in public areas, including along roadways, please contact the Madison County dog warden. In addition, you can report the address to me so that we can address it via CLPOA rules and regulations. We ask that all dog owners assist with the safety of residents and their dogs by ensuring your pet is not running free.
Thank you – Mike Casimir
Below is the verbiage for pets. Please pay particularly close to rule D(1). I understand most want their dogs to be free. A leash is not as much fun for the dog. However, it is very important that your dog remains on a leash while you are off your property. You may know that your dog is safe, but you may not know what stage of training another dog is in. This could result in a preventable accident for both dogs or you.