Tenancy Agreement Clause For Pets

First of all, Cheryl, you`re a waste of space and you lack empathy. I hope one day, if you find it surprising to love an animal, you will remember your inconsistent honest comment here. Let me guess. You are one of those people with money and a flash car who think they are better than the others. These are usually people who have a problem with and report our neighbors with pets. I have a nice little dog quiet, clean and old and I have taken every poop from it since he was 8 weeks old. He is now 13 years old and he is like my child. I have never been maternal for noisy, dirty and destructive children, which is why I chose animals. How owner of us responsible dog owners with irresponsible groups, is revolting. Why should we pay more than one deposit that is already left for damages? My dog digs or scrapes or rips wallpaper or causes damage?! Of course, I am a very clean and hygienic person and I get professionally cleaned carpets, but I make sure to find people who use natural detergents and who are not tested on animals. Stop judging us the owners, you are welcome to visit the dog a few times and meet him to see how he behaves, so why it is always a “no”.

I haven`t found anything in years to accept myself and my dog and live with my parents – I`m almost 40! There are always people without dogs or cats in the queue, so I`ve never looked in. Animals are not smart or dirty bags. And Cheryl. My dog can`t hit his own again, stop assuming all dogs do. And stop imposing on someone else with a heart that loves their pet, your cold approach to life. In a world where animals are treated like, people like you are the problem that makes them spin. Shame on her. Yes, pet owners and parents are responsible for the behaviour of their pets and children and, therefore, to repair everything they break. I have caused more damage to damaged rats without social education than to any pet.

Their owners/parents should educate them not to destroy the house and behave in a way that does not annoy the neighbours. These include noises, barking, game calls and basic education. Pets and children can and should be trained, unfortunately, in many cases, their parents and owners also need to be trained. The standard expectation of all tenants is to return the property to the state it was in at the beginning, allowing for fair wear and tear.