Rossmoor is home to just over 10,500 residents and many of us have dogs as part of our family. If you take a stroll around the neighborhood in the early morning or evening, you’ll see a good number of these pet owners with the dogs moving around the streets of Rossmoor. It’s great activity for the owners and dog alike.
Please remember if you are one of these dog walkers, please use your leash even if your dog is friendly not every other person you see knows that and it is the law as well. And it’s up to you as well to respect Rossmoor by curbing your pooch (cleaning up after them). We all thank you.
Every once and a while a dog will get loose and run around unaccompanied. If you see a dog on the loose, please lend a hand. Even if you don’t have the time or inclination to help catch the wayward pet, by letting us know here on our RHA pet management page you can alert Emily Knell and her network of volunteers to help find the pooch. And, it it’s your pet that is lost, please contact here us as well.
And there’s one more thing all pet owners can do to keep your dogs and cats safe: don’t leave pet food outside after feeding your pet. There are a few good reasons for this; the most important is to help make Rossmoor less attractive to coyotes. Not only do coyotes eat pet food that is left outside, they tend to eat the animals that eat this food as well. By leaving your pet food outside, you are basically baiting a trap that the coyotes can use to feed themselves. Please don’t leave your pet food out at night.