Condo Dog recommends Indoor Potty Training with Dog Litter Box!  If you just got a new puppy or will be getting one soon -- CONGRATULATIONS!  , I know that becoming a dog owner is one of the best things that you can ever do for your overall happiness and well being.  Of course, you are giving a dog a happy home too, which is great. 

At the same time, I'm sure you are not looking forward to dog walks in bad weather (too cold, too hot, too wet, too snowy).  And what about those days when you might be delayed in getting home in time to take your dog outside?  Or what happens if you temporarily become too ill to take your dog out?  What if you live in an apartment and the elevator is out of order?  Your dog might not be able to wait this long to potty. Have you ever thought of potty training your dog to go indoors?  Click here to find out how!

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Recommended Pet Policies for Condominiums and Apartment Buildings
If you are on the board of a Home Owner's Association (HOA), this pet guideline below from the Human Society would be very helpful in establishing rules concerning pets. The provisions noted here may be adopted “as is” or serve as a guide in developing appropriate rules and regulations for your pets-welcome policy. Most of these provisions also apply to private rental houses, codos and townhouses

Click on this link to take you to the Recommended Pet Policies from the Human Society

Be careful of violating Condo Dog Rules.  One of the main rules is to keep the barking down.  Click on the video below to see a Condo owner ready to be violated.