Court Sizes It Up--Sherlock Can Stay
It will be a happy Easter for Kaye Clarke and her obedience-award winning dog, Sherlock.
That’s because the Michigan Court of Appeals held Friday that a rule limiting the size of dogs in her condominium complex is unreasonable and unenforceable.
The Bear Creek Condominium Assn. filed the suit to force Clarke, 47, to get rid of Sherlock, a 24-inch-tall English setter. Association rules state that dogs living in the complex cannot be more than 18 inches tall.