The pet contract is usually “added” by an endorsement or modification to an existing lease and is part of the initial legally binding contract between the lessor and the tenant. Hello, my current tenants have been renting from me for 3 years. Our contract has a No Pets clause without prior authorization. I just found out they have two dogs, a cat, a lizard and a turtle at home. My harassment on Facebook has given me even worse news, they have a dog crib and they come up from my house, and they have been doing this job from my house for over two years. We have agents who try to inspect the property regularly, but these tenants have always been difficult when it comes to arranging tours, now we know why! They kept evidence of the case hidden from agents when they visited the property, but their dog boarding shop has its own Facebook page displaying many photos of the inside page of my house filled with many dogs (I counted up to 6 in a photo), the address and fees are also listed on the page! With so many animals in the house was detrimental to the condition of the property! Do you have any recommendations on what I need to do? If you are a tenant and want to bring a pet into your home, make sure you don`t break your rental rules and risk receiving an eviction notice! Bring the idea of a supplement to your landlord and discuss it first. Upon signing this tenancy agreement, the tenant pays a deposit to cover the damage caused by his pet during the lease of the property or establishment. When I moved into a rented area, I had two dogs, but my mother was always tenacious to look after her for me, I tried and failed unfortunately the dogs lived my mother who was not expected. (doesn`t know what`s around the corner) now left with two dogs that aren`t noisy on my property, I can get one of my sisters, but literally the old one has no place to go, its not much more than the year left! blessed his heart certainly my landlord needs to have a heart, I would pay more visits, all my rent is on time, if not soon I do not want to just give my 11yers dog to a house where no one wants him 🙁 What can I do:( Maybe you have decided to allow small dogs only, because the most common breeds of dogs on the list of restricted breeds are usually large or medium pooches. But are small dogs always the best choice? [A]nd while small dogs are not as likely to hurt as large dogs, they can certainly do so. We have a tenant with a small dog who bit a shoe and got his foot.
I also noticed that small dogs are usually much more aggressive. We find that they did not respect the verbal agreement to bring our kitten and now sign, pay and live in the one-month apartment that tells us that NO Cats!!! It seems to me that this is a mistake of respect, dignity, discrimination and lies.