Gail Thomson, Home Buyer in Port Charlotte, FL

i've seen places that say pet restrictions does this mean what type of pets or certain breed restrictions?

Asked by Gail Thomson, Port Charlotte, FL Thu Apr 12, 2012

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You have to read the rules and regulations for each inidividual community to determine the pet restrictions. If you cannot obtain a copy of the rules and regulations, you can ask the property management or homeowner association to see what the restrictions are.

Tammy Hayes, Realtor
Green Lion Realty, Port Charlotte, FL
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Some have breed restrictions others have weight restrictions. Some have both and some do not allow pets at all. Other pet restrictions - must walk on a leash, stoop & scoop and only walk in certain area of the community.
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As Don said, it can be either or both...Some limit what type of pet, others limit the weight, others limit the number of pets. It all varies from community to community.
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It can be either, or both, or more.

For example, it could mean no dogs or cats.

It could mean no pets weighing more than 25 lbs.--so, essentially cats and small dogs are OK, but not larger dogs.

It could mean no dogs.

It could mean no dogs of certain breeds--Rottweiler, Doberman, Pit Bull, etc.

It could mean a numerical limitation, such as no more than 2 pets. (And any of the restrictions might apply to those 2 pets--breed, size, etc.)

You really have to ask about each specific place to find out what the restriction is.

Hope that helps.
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thankyou, that does help!
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Don Tepper, Real Estate Pro in Fairfax, VA
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