Barking up the right tree: pet-friendly rental schemes
Developers are responding to the growing need for pet-friendly rental accommodation by developing ‘pet-centric’ apartments
For most pet owners, their furry four-legged friends are a part of their family, and their home – rented or otherwise – isn’t complete without them.
Historically, private landlords have for the most part seen it differently – citing myriad reasons against permitting them stay, such as damage to furniture and carpets, a lack of open space and potential noise complaints.
As a result, finding a pet-friendly apartment complex can be challenging for...
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