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    #61
    Funny question. If they don't find out, then its 1. If they find out, then its 10.
    ASSUME NOTHING - QUESTION EVERYTHING!

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      #62
      i mean is it rare that they would,have you any experience etc?

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        #63
        I guess you should hope the landlord doesn't read this forum!

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          #64
          Polo, I really do empathise with you. You are obviously torn between wanting to be a good tenant and loving your dog.

          If the landlord finds out in the future about your dog, the worst he will try to do is end the tenancy. Once you are in, established, paying your rent on time and generally being the perfect tenant all landlords love, he will probably accept that you have a dog - most landlords want long term tenants rather than having to keep worrying about find new ones.

          Try to enjoy living in your new home and give your dog a pat from me!

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            #65
            Thank you so much hes a great well behaved dog and we are great tenants its a agency so they may turn a blind eye if they find out.

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              #66
              Why do you continue initiating new threads on the same subject? If you are so concerned and this concern is affecting your daily life, maybe you should come clean. I actually don't think you have much to worry about. What's the downside? The LL finds out and you offer to pay additional deposit for any potential damage and guarantee to him that you will have the property steam cleaned, again if necessary. That would be the easiest solution for the LL as well as opposed to going thru the courts for eviction.

              Stay cool!
              ASSUME NOTHING - QUESTION EVERYTHING!

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                #67
                Well sorry!THANKS ANYWAY.

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