Now below is the Pet Directive, to which refers the clause that you can use as a supplement to your rental agreement. Some of these clauses seem strange, in the sense that they are either O.T.T.T and/or unenforceable. But there`s nothing to say that you can`t remove certain clauses to meet your needs. I must say that, based on the information you have received, I would also ask to move. I know that at first glance it can be difficult for you to find a tenant (where I live, rental properties are caught because it is very difficult to get a mortgage, but in the long run, I think it will be better than those tenants who benefit from it. Unfortunately, these are tenants like that who give us all bad names and prevent us from renting with pets. If we had ever been told to move, I would be afraid to think about what was going to happen, I cannot abandon our family of beloved furs. I wish you the best of luck. Anyone can help me. I live in a rented accommodation a2dominion, and my rental contract says I can keep small cadet birds in a private garden that I the point is that I have 4 chickens 2 Cockerells and 2 chickens someone complained about my cocks noise, so the owner said I had to get rid of all my service boards, so I said, I go and keep my chickens they know, as he tells your tenants know the chickens that are not as I can go to, so I can make my chickens that don`t make any noise at all and there also bantam chickens there are the size of a pigeon I would say not like the big chickens you see on farms please , if anyone can help me, I would really appreciate it thank you x In a case of damage caused by pets, with or without specific clauses “pets”, the tenant remains responsible.

The owner is always protected if the pretty little Daisy decides to scrape the live of your newly equipped carpets and/or misjudge the corner of the living room for a dumping place. The tenant agrees to comply with the pet guidelines, as indicated in Schedule 1 of the rental agreement. A pet supplement (or a pet contract) to a rental agreement is a legal and mandatory contract between two parties, a landlord and the tenant. Hello, I have a problem with my current tenants. I rented the property through a real estate agency. When the tenants moved in, they had no pets. However, when I visited the house to repair a damaged window, I saw a dog in the house, and I spoke to a neighbour who confirmed that the animal lived there. What can I do in this situation? Can someone help me? Thank you! I hope someone can help you! When my partner and I agreed to our new rental, it was on the condition that one day we have a dog. The real estate agent at the time of the contract was made said that if we had actually decided to have a dog, we would deal with the pet clause. Well, that time has come and the agent has in his clause that they keep money for 4 months after the lease in the case of chips. She said the contract they use a fee of 120 $US.