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Palm Club Village pet policies

I'm interested in Palm Club Village in West Palm Beach, FL, but have heard that they have a one-pet policy. I have two pets, a dog and a cat. How firmly enforced is this policy?
  • May 09 - Palm Club Village
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I personally have no idea about how firmly their policies are enforced. And it doesn't really matter. Management changes and so does adherence and enforcement on pet policies.

Look at is this way: You could move in under a verbal "it's okay" with your two pets.  Days, weeks, or months later, the person who gave a verbal "ok" may not be there; management might change; another resident might have a problem with their pets thus causing enforcement to strengthen on the pet policy. 

If you would have the slightest bit of concern that any day, you could be told you have to pick one or the other pet to remove "immediately", then either don't move to a community with a one-pet policy OR get it in writing that you will be permitted these two pet as a condition of moving in.   

True story:  I was volunteering at a shelter and there was a very cute, adorable beagle puppy - couldn't have been more than three months old. He landed in the shelter because his owner had seen him at a pet store, asked the property manager in her community if she could have the one pet, was told yes (got a verbal "ok"). She went back the pet store and bought the puppy. The next day, management saw the puppy and reversed their position and she was told get rid of the puppy or move. She went back to the pet store, who said they would happily take the puppy back - but would not refund a penny of the hundreds of dollars she had spent just the day before. Instead of opting to let the store make double-profit on the puppy, she brought the puppy to the SPCA.

If management says "ok" - get it in writing as a condition of move-in. 

 

 
 
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You should call the association directly and ask.. that's the only way you will know for sure..[Promotion deleted by Zillow moderator. Please see our Good Neighbor Policy for posting guidelines.]William J. Acres
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