As we know, there are always two sides to the story and I wish Elizabeth checked with me before leaving the misleading review regarding her "neighbor". Elizabeth stated her apartment was pet friendly. Luckily I have a service dog which is not considered a pet and by law is allowed everywhere. Mind you, he is extremely well behaved, social, friendly, has traveled the world, worked at sets, never destroys anything and doesn't bark. Upon my arrival Elizabeth's building manager happened to be walking down the stairs and almost made it seem like I was going to be kicked out because of the dog. I simply stated I had a service dog and that I was staying very briefly since her attitude made me wonder about what was I going to do if she insisted on us leaving. On my last day the same manager greeted me with the words "Are you still here with the dog or will you be finally leaving?" in a belligerent and passive aggressive tone. Fully aware of the ramifications that Elizabeth could have from that I said I was leaving within a couple of hours and I went to her and presented the dog's service cards and explained. She jumped and pulled away from me and said I didn't have to be so aggressive. People from the Hospitality services of the Film Festival who watched the situation said it looked like we were having a calm and pleasant conversation, specifically from my end. Obviously her manager has some mysterious communication and psychological issues since I was extremely professional and polite. I think Elizabeth shouldn't misrepresent her place as pet friendly if there are problems with the management. It's become more and more difficult to find dog friendly places in Vancouver and it's a shame. It used to be so welcoming in this regard. Elizabeth's place was cozy and comfortable and she was sweet to communicate with. Therefore even more so I was stunned by her incorrect assessment of the communication I'd had. But I assume she needed to side with her landlord which is understandable.