Co-op Boards Interview Four-Legged Friends

July 12, 2010

Co-op board interviews can be high-pressure and stressful for home-hunters, but when a pet is part of the equation, approval can be even tougher. Some co-op boards even set up interviews with applicants’ dogs to determine if the dog can behave itself. Pets go through a series of tests to determine friendliness, how likely they are to bite and bark, and whether they will be a good fit for the building.

Click here or visit to read more about these tests and how to increase your dog’s chances of winning over the co-op board.


One Response to “Co-op Boards Interview Four-Legged Friends”

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