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MAN RENOVATING NEW HDB UNIT, SAW NEIGHBOUR LETTING THEIR DOG PEE OUTSIDE HIS HOME

I just bought a corridor unit and my house is currently undergoing renovations. I like to go over every now and then to check on the process.

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During one of the time, I noticed my neighbour letting her dog walk along the corridor by my house, waiting for her dog to go toilet (either 1 or 2 or both.. idk)

I mean, maybe they’ve been doing that cause for a couple of years that unit was empty.

But now, I’ll be moving in pretty soon and I’m hoping they’d stop with initiative.

In the event they don’t, am I in the right to go over to them and let them know that I’m uncomfortable with them allowing their dog to do that instead of bringing the dog for a walk downstairs.

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Or will it cause an unnecessary drama/issue cause the corridor is a common area even though I can see whatever the dog is doing from my hall or room.

I’m kinda lost and I need advice.

Netizens’ comments

  • If they let the dog pee outside your unit I think you have a strong case to confront them. If they let their dog pee outside their unit then… it’s very annoying but the unspoken rule is it’s “their corridor”
    Anyway that’s a very inconsiderate owner. None of the dog owners on my level allow their dog to do that. There was a new owner that let their dog do it and we all gather to tell them off. Quite epic sight actually. Anyway they “expat” and left after 2 years
  • (OP) I understand that. This dog always walk around “my corridor”. I’m thankful that even though my floor is the corridor floor, for every 2 house, there’s a lift. I don’t have a need to be walking along anyone else’s corridor to get to the lift UNLESS my lift is broken down/under maintenance. I’ve not spoken to them about it cause I’ve yet to move in. So I’m hoping that they’ll have some initiative and stopped doing this. But in the event they don’t, and if I go talk to them to let them know how inconsiderate that is, I’m afraid I’d be causing like neighbour disputes and the environment will be hostile.
  • Technically the area outside your house doesn’t belong to you, belongs to HDB.
    You can try asking nicely. If it doesn’t work, can contact Town Council
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