Pet and Wildlife News

Gleannloch Farms has a very active Pet Committee who’s purpose to help reunite lost pets with their owners, or to help “homeless” pets find foster families or forever homes.

Foster Families Needed If you are interested in fostering a dog or cat contact the Pet Committee at To view available pets, click on the “dog” icon on the right handside of this web page (Available Pets).
Pet Committee Contact Info

Or to post a message about a lost or found pet…post a notification on the Gleannloch Farms News Facebook site.

Pet Walking Etiquette

Please remember when walking with your four-legged friend to respect others by restraining your pet from jumping on other walkers and cleaning up any messes your critter makes.

Gleannloch Farms Deed Restrictions Regarding Animals and Pets

No animals, livestock (including swine of any kind) or poultry of any kind shall be raised, bred, or kept on any portion of a Gleannloch Farms residence, except that of dogs, cats or other usual and common household pets, not to exceed a total of two (2) pets per household.  The foregoing limitation on number of pets shall not apply to hamsters, small birds, fish or other constantly caged animals, nor shall it apply to require the removal of any litter born to a permitted pet prior to the tine that the animals in such litter are three (3) months old.

No pets are permitted to roam free.  If, in the sole discretion of the Community Association, any pet that may endanger the health, make objectionable noise, or constitute a nuisance or inconvenience to the owners of other dwellings, or the owner of any portion of the property, shall be removed upon the discretion of the Community Association Board.

No pets shall be kept, bred, or maintained for the any commercial purposes.  Dos shall at all times, whenever they are outside a dwelling, be confined by a leash held by a responsible person.