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Old 04-26-2014, 12:19 AM
 
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We will be relocating from Califrnia to the Castle Rock area this spring.We are looking to buy a home that has a large yard because we own 2 beagle mix dogs and a border collie. Do you know which Hoa's allow three dogs? We love to take our dogs for daily walks and normally avoid dog parks. Do you have suggestions of areas to visit with dogs , are the allowed to walk off leash?

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Old 04-26-2014, 09:31 AM
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crgov.com Castle Rock, CO - Official Website - Town Services says you can have 3 dogs and no off leash.

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Dogs must be on a leash when off the owner’s property. The leash cannot be greater than 8 feet long and must be controlled by a person physically competent to control the animal.
No animal owner shall permit any animal to cause an annoyance for more than 5 minutes at any time through repeated barking or other like sounds that can be heard beyond the boundary lines of the owner’s property.
Persons cannot keep more than three dogs or five cats, or a total of six animals, within Town limits.
It shall be the duty of every owner of a dog or cat over 6 months of age living in the Town to have such a dog or cat vaccinated for rabies by a licensed veterinarian or animal health clinic.
Any owner whose animal bites a person shall immediately notify the animal control officer or Police Department.
The American Pit Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, Staffordshire Bull Terrier or any dog displaying the majority of physical traits of any one or more of these breeds are prohibited within Town limits.
If you have lost or found a dog or cat, call the Castle Rock Police nonemergency number, 303-663-6100. You also may want to call the Buddy Center animal shelter lost and found department in Castle Rock, 303-751-5772, ext 7180.
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Old 04-26-2014, 09:48 AM
 
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We will be relocating from Califrnia to the Castle Rock area this spring.We are looking to buy a home that has a large yard because we own 2 beagle mix dogs and a border collie. Do you know which Hoa's allow three dogs? We love to take our dogs for daily walks and normally avoid dog parks. Do you have suggestions of areas to visit with dogs , are the allowed to walk off leash?

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Your desires and needs for your dogs, are really demands which may not be able to be met if you want to live in a community where compromises of living are necessary for harmony and well being for all. You do no desire dog parks and there are few places, or any near Castle Rock, that is allowed to walk your dog off leash.

Instead of seeing a home with a large yard, you should see a home with much larger yard and acreage, better outside any municipality and HMO and the restrictions. You can then walk your dog off leash, on your own property, and be more content. You will not bother anybody else and you will not be bothered.

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Old 04-27-2014, 05:58 PM
 
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A realtor should be able to pont you towards a dog friendly HOA.

I have found Colorado to be the most dog friendly state I have lived in.

Every person on my street (except for 1) has two dogs.
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Old 04-28-2014, 10:21 AM
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A Realtor, would not be able to steer you or anyone to a dog friendly HOA. It's up to the purchaser to verify information like that. Realtors would point you to the CC&R's for you to research.

A Colorado licensed real estate broker has a license to help folks buy and sell real estate. HOA's, city, county, state laws/policies/governing documents are not real estate. We are not attorneys.
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