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Question & AnswerCan a landlord reject me because I have a pet?
If the landlord is concerned that your pet will cause problems, you can show them that your pet will not be any trouble. You can:
- get references (for example, a letter from a previous landlord saying that your pet was not a nuisance in the past, or from a vet saying that you are a responsible owner)
- take pictures of your current place to show that your home is clean and undamaged
- explain to your landlord how you will take care of your pet (for example, that you have a dog walker for daily walks)
- prove that you have the proper licenses for your pet
- let the landlord meet your pet