What you should know before keeping pets in your condo

Are pets allowed in my DMCI condo? The short answer is yes. Your pets are allowed inside DMCI condominiums. In fact, DMCI Homes encourage you to bring your pets since the community can provide a safe and secure environment for your furry friends. But keeping your pets also comes with its responsibilities. To maintain a good relationship between your pets and your neighbors, here are some tips you should follow when keeping a pet in your condo at DMCI Homes.

DMCI Homes Pet House Rules and Policy:

According to the homeowner’s manual, there are some rules to follow to guarantee that pets are well managed and will be in harmony with the community. There are size limits and limits on the quantity you should consider. Here is a list you should follow:

  1. Aquariums: Every household is limited to keeping one (1) aquarium. The maximum size is 40 Gallons.
  2. Birds: Only one (1) cage is allowed, regardless of bird number but the cage is limited to one cubic meter.
  3. Dogs and Cats: You can keep up to TWO dogs or cats weighing 25lbs or less. Also, fully grown dogs or cats must be standing 15 inches or less when standing on all fours. Nope, you can’t bring a wolf-dog in your condo. But some homeowner’s association may consider it depending if your pet is really really well behaved or if your unit can accommodate the size of your pet.

Get your pets vaccinated:

Another non-optional rule of the thumb is to keep your pets vaccinated. It’s for the protection of you, everyone around you and your pet. The DMCI property manager will also require you to submit certifications from a licensed veterinarian. Here are the vaccines that are required so you can be ready when submitting these requirements or core vaccines:

  1. Dogs: Rabies, Distemper, Canine Parvovirus, Canine Hepatitis.
  2. Cats: Rabies, Distemper,  Feline Calicivirus, and Feline Herpesvirus type I.

Can my pets stay outside my unit?

Yes, your pet may roam outside given that they are together with you. But No, they may not stay outside or roam free without you, the owner. Even outside the condo, it is not legal to make your pet roam free.

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