The Cullinan West is a relatively new building and was trying to market itself as dog friendly (at this point I'm presuming just to fill up the apartments fast). However they have already amended the DMC (as of of Feb 13) and placed ridiculous restrictions on dogs, making everyday things a hassle. The concierge told me that someone found pee in the elevator and requested they change the dog policies. I pressured him for information a bit because it didn't seem obvious to me that it would be a dog's pee given that it is common behavior for people in Hong Kong to pee in elevators but actually uncommon behaviour for a dog to pee somewhere that doesn't have a natural scent or scent of another dog's pee. Bless his naive and honest heart he actually just casually admitted that when they reviewed the CCTV footage they in fact found that it was someone letting their children pee in the elevator. Children and families, however, are still allowed in the elevator. It makes me so sad that in a culture where people are allowed to pee in public/shared community places they will somehow use people's pee as an excuse to block dogs from common areas needed to get into and out of the building. They aren't blocking children or people (who clearly also have the potential to pee in elevators) and they haven't caught any dogs peeing in elevators so it's obviously not potential pee that's the issue. It makes me so sad that the education level about animals is so low here that they have no realistic concept of pet behavior and because of that it is innocent pets who didn't choose to be born here who will suffer.