Here is what I recommend...Be Proactive:
1. Letter of recommendation. Don't just say "my dogs are great and never tear anything up". Have your current/previous landlords write a letter stating that your dogs did not cause any damage or disturb the neighbors.
2. Vaccination records. Provide copies of your pets vaccination records. Having this information readily available shows that you are a responsible pet owner.
3. Be open to regular inspections. Be upfront and offer to make yourself readily available for routine inspections. This will help to put a property manager/owner at ease that you are a responsible pet owner and have nothing to hide.
4. If you do all these things and still cannot find a nice home to rent...call Me. http://www.NewAgeSprings.com
However, I do know of a nice rental home, with a nice fenced in backyard, that will be available in February. They will allow 3 dogs, provided they are not aggressive breeds. There is also a weight restriction as to how large the dogs can be. The home is located in Stetson Hills. If you have any interest, you can contact me and I can give you further information regarding the rent, deposit and the additional pet deposit that will be required.
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