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Looking after the pet in an emergency
We need details of someone who will be prepared to look after the pet in an emergency.
Should in extreme circumstances your pet needs support we will endeavour to place it with the Carer listed here. Otherwise, we will contact an animal welfare organisation such as the RSPCA. Costs will be payable by you.
By including their details here, you confirm that they have agreed to look after the animal if necessary.
The following pet policy outlines the conditions under which tenants may keep pets in the above
1. Tenants are required to provide a reference for their pets from their former landlord if they have rented with
their pets previously.
2. Tenants must fill in a separate information form for their pets, including contact details of their veterinary
practice and a nominated person who will care for their pets in case of an emergency.
3. Tenants are responsible for their pets in accordance with the Animal Welfare Act. If the landlord believes that
a pet kept in the property has been neglected or abandoned, they will report it to an appropriate animal
4. Tenants must not leave their pets in the property when they are away unless clear arrangements have been
made for their care.
5. Dogs should not be left alone in the property for more than 4 hours at a time. Tenants must ensure that their
dogs will not cause damage to the property if they are left unsupervised.
6. All pets kept at the property must be vaccinated and regularly treated for fleas and worms (if appropriate).
7. Tenants with pets will be asked to put down a higher than average deposit to cover any damage to the
property, garden or furnishings caused by their pets.
8. Tenants must professionally clean the property when they move out, ensuring that the carpets are thoroughly
cleaned and treated for fleas and mites.
9. Tenants are responsible for keeping all areas of the property clean and free from parasites, such as fleas.
10. Tenants must ensure their pets do not cause a nuisance to neighbours. This includes excessive noise. Dogs must be kept under control and on a lead in any public places, communal areas and walkways.
11. Pets must not be allowed to foul inside the property, except for caged pets and pets trained to use a litter
tray. Any pet faeces must be removed immediately from the garden or outside areas and disposed of safely
12. Any animal listed in the schedule of the Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976 may not be kept at the property.
13. Any dog listed under the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 may not be kept at the property with the exception of
dogs registered on the Index of Exempted Dogs.
14. Tenants may not breed animals or offer for sale any animal in the property.
15. Tenants who wish to obtain an additional pet after moving into the property must first apply for permission in
writing to the landlord or letting agent.
16. To pay additional rent of £15 per month. This is over and above the rent stated in the Assured Shorthold TEnancy agreement and is to be paid at the same time and manner as the rent payment.