how do i find rentals that allow large breed dogs?
(0) | asked by: terry terry | share | 55 months ago | Report
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Your best bet would be to search on line or smaller local newspapers, or post an ad in the real estate section stating you have a well behaved dog. Another idea would be to get your dog Certified as Therapy Dog. Many landlords will accept them. Have you tried qualifying for a loan to purchase your own place?
I specialize in pet friendly options, in the LA area there are a lot of options of in the LA area. I agree that a single family rental is the best option for a large dog.
You need to look at single family homes instead of condo's or townhouses.To find single family homes for lease, you can work with a local Realtor who handles Rentals. Your Realtor will check to make sure that pets are allowed before they show you any property. You will likely be asked for a "pet fee" an additional deposit to cover any damages your dogs might cause.
Generally speaking condo's and apartments have restrictions on size for dogs. Normally under 30 pounds. You will do better looking at private single family homes with yards. The owners might be more inclined to allow a dog. For single family you should try to work with a local Realtor. Most single family homes are listed through Realtors.
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