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Pet Friendly Waikoloa Condos

As many of you know, I’m a dog person. I can’t imagine my life without at least two of my four legged friends waiting at the door to greet me with a wagging tail. When I moved here from Alaska I brought my 2 Huskies with me. We all endured the required 30 day Hawaii rabies quarantine, I’m so glad that’s no longer with us.

Me and my buddy Zoe

Since I’m known as a dog person, I often get buyer calls from other dog people wondering about what condos do and what condos don’t allow pets. The good news is that in Waikoloa Village there are several condos that do allow pets. Here’s a rundown on the condos in Waikoloa Village and their policies on pets.

Pet Friendly Condos

  • Elima Lani: May own 2 small animals up to 15 lbs.
  • Paniolo Club: Pets are allowed – no size limit (as many agents that have shown here can tell you, there are some very LARGE dogs that call Paniolo Club home).
  • Paniolo Garden: Pets are allowed.
  • 17th Fairway Villas: Pets are allowed.

Non Pet Friendly Condos

  • Waikoloa Hills: No Pets Allowed.
  • Waikoloa Villas: No Pets Allowed.
  • The Pointe At Waikoloa: No Pets Allowed.
  • Fairway Terrace: No Pets Allowed.
  • The Greens At Waikoloa: No Pets Allowed.
  • Waikoloa Village Condominiums: No Pets Allowed.
  • Waikoloa Fairways: No Pets Allowed.

And that’s the list. This doesn’t mean you won’t see or hear an occasional dog or cat in one of the no pets allowed complexes, but if you are caught with a pet that is against the rules you could run into big troubles with your management company and your homeowners board.

With so many condos available in today’s market, you should be able to find a condo you like that does allow pets. So, if you have a dog or cat in your family, a move to a Waikoloa condo can be in your future.

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Beth Robinson R(S)

April 27, 2010

Pat, this is an excellent post and one I will refer back to often. This is the kind of neighborhood knowledge that it is so important for a prospective buyer’s agent to have!

Beth Robinson R(S)

April 27, 2010

Pat, this is an excellent post and one I will refer back to often. This is the kind of neighborhood knowledge that it is so important for a prospective buyer’s agent to have!

Diane Chavez, RS

April 27, 2010

Pat,

Thank you for giving us this information it is very informative.

Diane Chavez, RS

April 27, 2010

Pat,

Thank you for giving us this information it is very informative.

Katie Minkus, R(BIC)

April 27, 2010

Pat – you make me want a dog!!!!!! 🙂 Waikoloa is a great neighborhood for walking them!!

Katie Minkus, R(BIC)

April 27, 2010

Pat – you make me want a dog!!!!!! 🙂 Waikoloa is a great neighborhood for walking them!!

Lori Owens, RS

June 9, 2010

Pat, Thank you very much for this information. I Googled Does Fairway Terrace Waikoloa allow pets? and I got to your blog. Very helpful.

Lori Owens, RS

June 9, 2010

Pat, Thank you very much for this information. I Googled Does Fairway Terrace Waikoloa allow pets? and I got to your blog. Very helpful.

George

July 19, 2010

Pat
I appreciate the info. in this article, but wondered if Waikoloa fairways was originally pet friendly? I ask because we bought a unit in which we were told by real estate agent that small pets were allowed in 2005 and now that we have brought our small dog here in 2010 we were told that it is not allowed. Do you have any information on this? or where we might be able to find it? Your assistance will be very welcome.
Aloha, George

George

July 19, 2010

Pat
I appreciate the info. in this article, but wondered if Waikoloa fairways was originally pet friendly? I ask because we bought a unit in which we were told by real estate agent that small pets were allowed in 2005 and now that we have brought our small dog here in 2010 we were told that it is not allowed. Do you have any information on this? or where we might be able to find it? Your assistance will be very welcome.
Aloha, George

Kathy McLeod

March 12, 2012

The information on The Pointe at Waikoloa is incorrect. Pets are not allowed.
Kathy

Pat Strausse, RB

March 19, 2012

@ Kathy, Thanks for the correction on information about pet at The Pointe at Waikoloa.
This blog has been changed and is now correct! Thanks so much!

Kathy McLeod

March 12, 2012

The information on The Pointe at Waikoloa is incorrect. Pets are not allowed.
Kathy

Pat Strausse, RB

March 19, 2012

@ Kathy, Thanks for the correction on information about pet at The Pointe at Waikoloa.
This blog has been changed and is now correct! Thanks so much!

Amy

January 14, 2016

Do you happen to have an updated list available? The last update looks like it was 2012.

My husband and I are considering buying a condo rather than renting, however we own a medium sized dog (who rarely, if ever barks) and an outside only cat. Or rather, they own us.

I’m trying to eliminate condos in the Waikoloa area from our list of possibilities. We’re finding it rents at some places are way more than what we’d pay if we bought a condo instead.

Thank you.

Amy

January 14, 2016

Do you happen to have an updated list available? The last update looks like it was 2012.

My husband and I are considering buying a condo rather than renting, however we own a medium sized dog (who rarely, if ever barks) and an outside only cat. Or rather, they own us.

I’m trying to eliminate condos in the Waikoloa area from our list of possibilities. We’re finding it rents at some places are way more than what we’d pay if we bought a condo instead.

Thank you.

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