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When buying a condo, what if they have a no-pet rule?   Pet-Friendly Apartments & Condos

Started Jan-16 by PennyCC; 171 views.
PennyCC

From: PennyCC

Jan-16

There are some states that do not allow no-pet condos, but there are many states that do.  If you are a pet lover, you really need to check the condo rules before you buy.  If you sneak a pet into an apartment, you might get kicked out of the apartment, but you own a condo. That makes it more serious if you try to sneak a pet into it.

The following article discusses the consequences of having a pet in a no-pet condo.

  • Edited January 16, 2017 12:35 pm  by  PennyCC
Showtalk

From: Showtalk

Jan-18

I have seen complexes that allow dogs but limit to under 20 lbs or some other weight.  I don't know what they do if a 20 lb dog gains weight.

LapisAzul

From: LapisAzul

Jan-20

Better check too about how many pets you can have.  If the size of pet is not an issue, the number of pets might be.

  • Edited January 20, 2017 12:20 pm  by  LapisAzul
Showtalk

From: Showtalk

Jan-20

Yes, that is true. Apartments can even have restrictions on size of aquariums due to the weight of the water.

Bike (URALTOURIST1)

From: Bike (URALTOURIST1)

Jan-21

Get some shyster group to certify your animal as an assistance or service animal and you MAY be able to get your critter in.

PS, did I say I hate fake service dog systems?

PennyCC

From: PennyCC

Jan-21

All people who actually need service dogs hate those who fake it. I think these false dog certificates happens more with ESA (emotional support animals) which only requires a doctor's note. ESA dogs have limited public access. Legitimate service dogs can go with their owner everywhere and have to put up with a lot of resistance from store owners because of those fake service dogs.

I know someone with type 1 diabetes who is training her own poodle to recognize and alert her when she has low blood sugar. She truly needs a service dog.

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