Mohamed Lazr…, Renter in

Is there a possibility to pay an extra pet deposit and keep my dog ?

Asked by Mohamed Lazrag, Sat Jun 8, 2013

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I suggest you offer more rent per month, even if it is just $50 to $100 more per month. Sometimes the additional "pet rent" will give the owners and incentive to choose you over an applicant with no pets. You should expect to pay a pet deposit, provide pet references, and even get renters insurance to cover your pet's liability.


Jessica Acker Carrillo
Wellman Realty Company
Wellman Property Management, Inc.
(310) 828-3132 Office
1415 Stanford St., Suite #2
Santa Monica, CA 90404
License # 01894323
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Jun 10, 2013
Hello Lazrag90710
Checked the link. It states "will consider 1 cat".
Lots of owners don't want pets because of previous problems
with other renters. You have to show that your pet is well trained
and won't keep on narking when left alone and won't damage the house.
I know the agent, let me know if I can represent you.
Contact me.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sat Jun 8, 2013
This will depend on the landlord; some will accep pets in their rental property, some will not. Those that do may impose an additional deposit to take care of any pet induced cleaning necessary at the end of the lease. It may also depend on the size of your dog too; Great Danes or Irish Wolf Hounds may not be welcomed, but smaller breeds may be more readily accepted. So it is a matter of checking the position with every prospective landlord.
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