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Thread: Get Rid of Boi

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    That is sad. Why do you have to get rid of him??

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    Ohhhhhhhh how cute. How come you have to get rid of him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyiav10
    That is sad. Why do you have to get rid of him??

    Kyia
    The Landlord decided on no pets since other people they rent too did not take care of apartment and house and carpet mess up i told him my apartment (Deplux) don't smell and my carpet is clean He told me he never had a proble with my place it is always nice and clean you can never tell i have a dog in here he said but if you do it to one you have to do it to all I tried to keep Boi I think it was mostly his Wife she just make the rules and take the rent in the office he goes to place to place.

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    Maybe you can pay a PET DEPOSIT. I did that here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loretta
    He could "grandfather" you in- meaning that he made the rule after you had your dog and so will let you keep it. Basically the rule would apply to all new renters. He is such a cute dog!
    I am going to mention that to him and the one that is not taking care of the place should get rid of the dogs He needs a lot of attention and that he gets my sister also give him a lot of attentions he loves her also he came a long way from when i first got her poor things I am trying not to cry he also helped me

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    Its like a damage deposit. I paid $100 for my dogs. That pays for any damage they do. No refund. I've had to do this for years

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    One thing you can do, I've seen people do it is....
    There docs will write what is like a prescription to let you have the dog. Sort of like a service dog. I'm not sure how it all works, but people get it done with just about any breed of dog. It doesn't have to be one that will fetch slippers, get the phone, open doors or what not....it's a dog that's more like a companion sort of thing.
    Might be something worth checking into. Once it's said that the dog is more like a service dog, landlords CANNOT not rent to you. It's a violation of the Disability Act.

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    Not sure how long it would take to get it done, but worth a try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loretta
    It seems like if a pet is a companion it helps with the emotional needs of the owner. Right?
    Yes, it does.
    I met a lady in Hawaii that traveled all over with these 2 cute little dogs. They were her companions as she had severe depression....yes, she about told me her life story. lol Anyway....she showed me the paperwork that deemed her 2 little dogs as Service Dogs.
    I know that landlords cannot refuse renting to a "handicapped" person with a service dog. My sister in law had a seeing eye dog...long story short as to why she doesn't have it anymore....The dog DID the job it was supposed to do, but she wanted to also be a puppy, so they had to send her back....was sad.
    Anyway...SIL was told by this man who was renting a house, no pets....SIL said it wasn't a pet, it was Service Animal. Man said didn't matter....and he refused to rent to her even tho the state was paying part of the rent because of subsidiary whatever they call it. Well, after my SIL got done with the Powers That Be...the man no longer rents his "death traps" out,,,,State of Kansas said it was ILLEGAL for him to NOT rent to anyone with a service dog and it's pretty much US wide and is part of the Disability Act stuff...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loretta
    He could "grandfather" you in- meaning that he made the rule after you had your dog and so will let you keep it. Basically the rule would apply to all new renters. He is such a cute dog!


    And you can offer a pet deposit. If he grandfather's you he doesn't have to do it for anyone else. I'm so sorry you are having to loose your dog.

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