March 24, 2021

Help STOP Dog Urine In Our Hallways!

We have received numerous complaints of dog urine constantly left in the hallways. If your dog does accidentally urinate in the hallway we ask that you have the common decency to clean it up. Leaving it for your neighbors to see, smell and step in is not an acceptable option at Sunwood.

Preventing your dog from lifting his leg and peeing in the wrong spot can be especially difficult when you live in an apartment or condo. But there are several things you can do to make sure you and your pup adjust to urban living with minimal stress and accidents.

Be consistent! In order for your dog to learn where he can and can’t go to the bathroom you must not only give him amble exposure to where he should go to the bathroom but also correct him if he makes a mistake like lifting his leg in the hallway as you wait for the elevator or in the common area before he makes it outside. Make sure to take him out at the same time every day too so he starts to learn bladder control.

Be in charge! Dogs mark because they think an area (like a hallway) belongs to them. But if they understand that you are the leader then they are less likely to mark. Having your dog do simple tasks like sit, stay, or down, before he goes on walks, gets fed, or is let into the hallway can make a world of difference. If your dog does start to mark or have an accident in the wrong area, swiftly and firmly tell him NO, then immediately take him to where he can go to the bathroom.

Prevent mistakes! Dogs repeat things that “feel good”, so if he has a full bladder, then pees in your condo or in the common area on the way down for a walk, his bladder feels better, and he is more likely to do it next time. To prevent accidents, make sure you take your dog out numerous times a day, or provide indoor pee pads. If you have a smaller dog you can carry him until he is outside the building.

March 9, 2021


It doesn't take much to remember that we have pets in our community. In fact, if you don't watch your step, your liable to step in one such reminder!  Besides being unsightly and smelly, animal waste can be hazardous to the health of our children who play in the community and other pets. One of the most common forms of disease transmission between dogs is through fecal matter.

When walking your dog in our community, remember that it MUST be leashed. Also, it is important to remember to IMMEDIATELY clean up after your pet. Take along a baggie with you to pick up waste with and then dispose of it properly. By taking a few simple steps to clean up after your pet, you can contribute not only to the beautification of our community, but also towards the elimination of one of the most irritating nuisances in our community.  

Continued failure by residents to pick up their pets waste will result in the Association requiring each dog’s genetic profile to be registered, in order to match feces that are not picked up with the offending canine/resident.  Thank you for your cooperation!

March 3, 2021



Dear Residents,
Please make sure to park correctly within the lines of your parking space. 
When a resident parks over their lines it creates a cascading effect on your neighbors nearby vehicles. 
Failure to park within the lines will now be enforced more strictly due to residents not parking properly.
The Association will begin to tow vehicles that are parked over the lines and impacting their neighbors ability to enter and exit their vehicle.    

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This blog serves the residents of Sunwood Condominium Association of Miami, located on 4600 SW 67th Ave in Miami, Florida.

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