You have done everything you need to do: looked at a hundred different apartments, chosen the one you loved, organized and filled out all of the necessary paperwork, and now your dream apartment is in your grasp; you can picture yourself moving in and how you’re going to decorate it, but there’s one thing left to do and this task isn’t under your control, but the control of your canine. Yep, that’s right; it is now your dog’s turn to pass a test and if he does not, then you cannot move in to your new apartment.
All you can think about is finding an apartment that is pet-friendly. All your potential neighbor can think about is the fact that the last person who lived in that apartment had a dog that never seemed to be quiet. There has to be a happy medium somewhere, right? Now, co-op boards are bringing your little pooches in for an interview, but that’s not all; they want letters of recommendation from others who know your dog best (dog walkers, groomers, neighbors) as well explains the New York Times. You read correctly; co-op boards are now looking to put your dog through what they say are necessary tests to decide whether or not they are willing to allow you to bring your pet with you on your move.