August 24, 2018 Fiddlers Creek Communication to Owners
Pets that are off-leash have a greater risk of encountering a cane toad and becoming poisoned. It is important and required that you keep your animals on leash at all times when outside of the house. The Amended and Restated Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Fiddler's Creek requires pets on leashes at all times.
8.20 Animals and Pets. No wildlife, livestock, swine, reptiles, insects or poultry of any kind shall be raised, bred or kept in any portion of the Property. A reasonable number of dogs, cats, or other domesticated household pets as determined from time to time by the Foundation or the Village Covenants may be permitted in any Unit. The ability to keep pets is a privilege, not a right. Pets shall not be permitted to roam free. Any pet which in the opinion of the Board of Directors, endangers health or safety, makes objectionable noise, or constitutes an unreasonable source of nuisance or annoyance to the Owners or residents of other Units, shall be removed upon request of the Foundation. No pets shall be kept, bred or maintained for any commercial purpose. Pets shall at all times when they are outside a Unit, be carried or confined on a leash held by a responsible person. Pets shall only be permitted on the Common Areas if such portions thereof are so designated by the Foundation or Village Association, as applicable. A person bringing a pet onto the Common Areas or District Property shall be responsible for immediately removing any solid waste of the pet. Pets may not be left unattended or leashed in yards, garages or on porches or lanais.