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In the initial lease, we agreed to 1 dog and 1 cat. Upon giving due notice to visit the property with the prospect of putting it up for sale, we became aware that the dog was very aggressive to the point of having to be locked up so as not to attack us. My husband sent notice at that time, that the dog due to its aggressiveness was to be removed from the premises. The tenant refuses to do so. Do we have any recourse as far as the lease goes?