Dog Days of Summer

The Cordillera Ranch Property Owner’s Association (CRPOA) is working to be more communicative regarding our neighborhood. Ongoing, we’d like to provide reminders, information, programs or opportunities to help our Property Owners with subjects they might not be familiar with or need reminding of.  

By Sara Garcia

Our rapid rate of home construction in turn brings many new residents, both two-legged and four-legged. We have a lot of animal lovers out here, but all residents may not be aware of the community’s effort to keep pets and people safe. In accordance with Cordillera Ranch Covenants and Design Guidelines, all pets must be contained by a fence or leashed while outside a fence. Unfortunately, some pets were born to run and escape the comfy confines of their home or yard. Our residents play a large role in identifying your pet and getting it back to you quickly and safely. But we need your help. 

Years ago, Cordillera Ranch resident Jay Pennington created a database of pets in our community. In that tradition, and to ensure your pet’s safety and ease of identification by others, AND in recognition of National Responsible Dog Ownership Day on Saturday, September 21 (yes, there’s a day for that), we strongly urge you to register your pet and get a Cordillera Ranch tag.  

For each pet, simply email the following information to Jay@jay-pennington.com: Pet owner’s name(s), address, home phone number, cell phone number(s) and email address(es). Also include the pet’s name, breed, sex, size (small, medium, large), whether the pet has a chip implanted, the pet’s primary color or markings (unusual markings/scars/look), the color/style of collar that the pet wears and the desired tag size (regular or small). The information will be added to the database, Jay will drop off tag(s) at the Real Estate Sales Office in the new Cordillera Ranch Visitors Center, and the pet owner will be contacted to pick up tag(s) at their convenience.  

Let’s work together to ensure the safety of our pets and residents.

Feel free to contact the CRPOA about this or other subjects at 830.336.3501 or email us at crpoa@cordilleraranch.com.

You Might Also Enjoy....

Staff Profile

Albert Rene Guerra

Dining Manager / Pool Manager830.336.9000 x163 aguerra@cordilleraranch.com Hometown: San Antonio, TexasFamily Members: 2 older brothers, 1 younger sister / Mother and Father / 2 nieces

Read More »
Preferred Builders

Somerset: An Astounding Model Home on the Ranch

When trying to imagine your perfect dream home, sometimes it helps to see the real thing. That’s where Lifestyle by Stadler, a luxury custom home builder, comes in. They are the longest standing Preferred Builder for Cordillera Ranch, with more than 60 homes built in the community over the last 15 years.

Read More »
Cordillera Ranch POA

Fish Stocking in Swede Creek Lake

Swede Creek Lake is an outstanding resource and amenity at Cordillera Ranch, and during my 16 years on the Ranch, we have watched the fish populations remain fairly healthy. In 2015, we did a fish survey in Swede Creek Lake to get an estimate of the health and numbers of fish and that report found a very healthy population of bass and several species of sunfish. Over the years, we have caught the following species out of Swede Creek Lake: largemouth or black bass, Guadalupe or spotted bass, rock bass, red breast sun fish, long ear sunfish, green sunfish, bluegill, channel catfish, striped bass and a few turtle species that include the red-ear slider, Texas river cooter and softshell turtle. We have also seen nutra rat and beaver using the lake as home.

Read More »