Tenant wants to get a pet

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    #16
    As I expected dear sir.. Sigh, bleedin' pets eh??
    I am legally unqualified: If you need to rely on advice check it with a suitable authority - eg a solicitor specialising in landlord/tenant law...

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      #17
      Originally posted by Ericthelobster View Post
      Hmm. As a landlord, believe me, I look after my own home well; however that didn't prevent our cat from peeing on our new £1500 sofa recently, on the day the sofa arrived...
      Not only cats. When Grandad comes to stay I have to mop the bathroom floor every morning before it's safe to get to the toilet. Think I'd rather have the cat...

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        #18
        What on earth is a 'teacup dog'????

        Sounds cruel and unnatural to me. Is it legal?
        'Pause you who read this, and think for a moment of the long chain of iron or gold, of thorns or flowers, that would never have bound you, but for the formation fo the first link on one memorable day'. Charles Dickens, Great Expectations

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          #19
          Originally posted by mind the gap View Post
          What on earth is a 'teacup dog'????
          it used to be the smallest, weakest pup in the litter (runt!), but some unscrupulous "breeders" have retained and bred on with these little ones in order to satisfy the needs of certain buyers in their desire to own a "teeny tiny companion (surrogate baby/toy??)" Not illegal but it should be! They also commonly suffer from related health problems..

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            #20
            Originally posted by PinkLL View Post
            ... some unscrupulous "breeders" have retained and bred on with these little ones ... Not illegal but it should be!
            All dogs result from selective breeding of wolves. This is what we've been doing for thousands of years, just imagine getting chihuahuas starting with wolves...

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              #21
              absolutely! And selective breeding has to be done responsibly. Breeding from dogs that are not healthy has produced many poorly animals which in turn has given a lot of owners a great deal of heartache.

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                #22
                Just to add my problem without solving yours, I have a clear no pets clause in lease, made the mistake of agreeing to one tenant having a dog as was advised it would help her health problems, which in fairness it certainly did. But of course it did not stop there as then she got a second dog, now she wants me to put her two new external doors as dogs have wrecked existing ones.One step to far, and she has to go asap.
                Opinions given are mine, They are not necessarily correct, as the more I learn the less I know, You should always seek professional help.

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