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Re: Service Animals & Emotional Support Animals by lpadave on March 22, 2019 @13:24

                              
1. applicants with sa's must apply and qualify like everyone else, with the standard criteria.
2. if you require renters insurance, they and their animal must qualify with both their and YOUR insurance carrier.
I've yet to encounter the red lined breeds as service animals,...but that would be a legitimate conversation.
3. service animal owners must still care for and clean up after their animals. Most legitimate sa owners are very good about this,....but there are a lot of wise guys out there.
4. I have always been a pet friendly LL across the board but my leases contain very specific detail about housekeeping, landscape issues and my absolute zero tolerance policy concerning domestic animal abuse. Over the years I've terminated three tenants over their animals. Two of them were lousy tenantsany way and one was great and I hated to put that one out.
5. as an aside, I was recently on a trans con night flight with five dogs and a cat,....including a 40 pound black lab who's owner sitting in an aisle seat continuiously allowed it to lay in the aisle. A black dog on dark blue carpeting, in the aisle of a night flight with a darkened cabin. Flight attendants did nothing.

I'm waiting for the pony. It is all starting to get very out of hand.
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Re: Service Animals & Emotional Support Animals by Robert on May 21, 2019 @00:57 [ Reply ]
Thank you.

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