Renting With Pets
"No Pets Allowed"
If you're a renter with a pet, you have probably run into this same restriction many times over. In fact, "no pet housing" is one of the top reasons why pets end up at animal shelters and humane societies every year.
PetFriendlyRentals offers tips and information to both renters with pets, and to landlords (or property managers) who are considering renting to people with pets.
Pet-friendly apartments and other rental housing are not impossible to find - it just takes a bit of homework. Renters who can demonstrate that they are responsible pet owners have a better chance of locating apartments that allow pets ... and landlords who permit pets (from responsible owners) can benefit from lower occupancy rates.
- Renting With Pets: Tips To Help You Find Pet-Friendly Housing
- Creating a Pet Resume
- Moving With Your Pets: Tips for a Smoother, Less Stressful Move
- How to Move Your Pets: Planning a Relocation with Your Pet
- Short-Term Housing: Finding Pet-Friendly Accommodation
- Moving Tips: Settling Into a New Home With Your Pet
If you're moving and are still looking for long-term housing that allows pets, you can stay in a pet-friendly hotel or other holiday accommodation while you look around. Ask the accommodation for their pet policy. You may need to hire a pet-sitter or find a doggy daycare if you will need to leave your pet for extended periods of time while you work or look for an apartment.