Coal Harbour Property Managers deal with tenants who have pets all the time, especially for dogs. Usually, dogs of certain breeds have bad raps because of the risk they bring. Most of these breeds are naturally lively and active. Needing exercise at least once or twice a day, they tend to get restless and might potentially be destructive when kept indoors. As a pet owner, it is important to make certain you allow your dog adequate daily exercise.
Coal Harbour property owners often have traumatic stories about past bad experiences from previous renters and their pets. As well, it can be as simple as certain insurance restrictions. Certain insurance companies primarily avoid having to deal with a potentially bothersome lawsuit, if somebody is hurt by your dog on the property. While some dogs might do potential damage by drooling and slobbering, others can cause issues merely by their sheer size and energetic nature.
Here are some high strung breeds considered high-risk for Landlords and Property Managers alike: Border Collie, Australian Shepherd, English and American Foxhounds, Giant Schnauzer, Leonberger, Irish Setter, Airedale Terrier, Coonhound and Dalmatian.
It is hard enough to rent a condo in Vancouver without having to worry about a high strung pet.
So, as Coal Harbour potential condo renters, think carefully when adding the newest member of your family, to make sure you are not going to have problems renting your next home. Remember you will be required to place a pet deposit along with your security deposit in British Columbia.
There are many well trained pets who are no trouble at all and are very well behaved in any situation.
As pet owners, if you do not have the time to properly train your pets, consult a professional pet trainer who will help you in this area.
Orca Realty Inc.
Unit 204 – 2438 Marine Dr. West Vancouver, BC, V7V 1L2 Canada