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Dealing with Dangerous Dogs
Our Director of Business Development and Client Relations here at The Naumann Law Firm, Elaine Gower, shared her expertise on homeowners associations and dogs in the Spring 2020 issue of San Diego Community Insider.
Elaine wrote an article titled “Dealing with Dangerous Dogs”
In the article, Elaine explains how homeowner associations go about dealing with dogs, or other pets, deemed “dangerous.” She states, “the best protection your association can have when pets go rogue is to make sure that the associations governing documents clearly spell out in advance what steps will be taken by the association. It takes a proactive Board to implement the appropriate discipline, which may require that the dog be removed from the community.”
To read the full article click here: Dealing with Dangerous Dogs.
Ms. Gower has over 25 years of experience in the legal industry in construction defect litigation, business and personal injury law. She obtained her marketing degree from University of California at San Diego Extension in 2004. Ms. Gower is an active member of Community Associations Institute (CAI) and California Association of Community Managers (CACM). She currently serves on the CAI San Diego and CAI Greater Los Angeles Publication Committees and in the past served on the San Diego CAI Board of Directors for six years.
To learn more about Elaine Gower or to contact her, visit her company profile: Elaine Gower.
The Naumann Law Firm represents homeowner associations, high/mid-rise condominium and condominium conversion associations, single and multifamily residential homes and commercial property owners in construction defect litigation. The Naumann Law Firm has over 37 years of experience handling significant construction cases with complex issues.