If you encounter a problem with a neighbor's pet/pets, first address this issue directly with your neighbor. If the problem is not resolved, document (photos, times, dates, as much info as possible) the incident and simultaneously contact the association manager
or Covenant Compliance Committee
and either Bryan County Animal Control (912)727-3884 or the Bryan County Sheriff's Department at (912)756-2181.
Control of pets is covered in our covenants under Article VI, Section 6 Livestock and Poultry.
"No animals, livestock or poultry of any kind (collectively "Animals") shall be maintained on a Lot or in a Dwelling, except that not more than five(5) household pets, of which no more than three (3) being dogs, may be kept or maintained on a Lot or in a Dwelling, provided that they are not kept, bred or maintained for a commercial purpose and, provided further that they shall not in the sole discretion of the BHOA Board, constitute a nuisance or cause unsanitary conditions. All animals must be confined or tethered to their Owner's Lot or Dwelling, unless walked on a leash. Dogs which bark for extended periods of time so as to cause a nuisance or disturbance to neighbors shall not be permitted. Owners are responsible for cleaning up pet's defecation while walking the pet anywhere in the Existing Buckhead. What constitutes a household pet is up to the sole discretion of the BHOA Board."