Please note that if pets are accepted at a property the following points apply and forms part of the tenancy agreement.
All carpets must have been cleaned to a professional standard on exit. They must have a deodorising and a flea treatment to make sure there is no evidence of pets at the property once vacated.
The Tenant will be liable to compensate the Landlord for any losses suffered due to flea infestation by an animal of the Tenant or visiting animals at the property.
The Tenant undertakes and agrees to remedy and pay for any damage caused to the property and/or contents of the property which shall have been caused by the pet residing in the property. For the avoidance of doubt any such damage shall not be deemed to be fair wear and tear.
The Tenant agrees not to keep or permit to be kept on the property any further pets or animals of any description without the previous consent in writing of the Landlord/Agent.
To take reasonable steps to keep any pets under control during the Tenancy.
To keep the garden free of fouling by the pet during the Tenancy.
To keep the pet from causing any annoyance or discomfort to others and to immediately remedy any complaints concerning the pet. This includes excessive noise and damage to other people's property. Dogs must be kept under control and on a lead in all public places, communal areas and walkways.
Dogs should not be left alone in the property for more than 3-4 hours at a time. Tenants must ensure that their dogs will not cause damage to the property if left unsupervised.
Dogs listed under the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 and any animal listed in the Schedule of the Dangerous Wild Animals Act 1976 may not be kept at the property.
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