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This pet policy outlines the conditions under which You may keep pets in the property:
1. You are responsible for the health and welfare of your pet(s). In accordance with the Animal Welfare Act 2006, You have a duty of care to provide your pet(s) with a suitable place to live, a suitable diet, proper exercise and adequate health care. If We believe that a pet kept in our property has been neglected or abandoned, We will report the case to an appropriate animal welfare organization.
2. You must not leave your pet(s) in the property when you are away unless clear arrangements have been made for their care. Pets should be boarded elsewhere but close supervision by a neighbors may be acceptable for some animals.
3. Dogs should not be left alone in the property for more than 3-4 hours at a time. You must ensure that your dog(s) will not cause damage to the property if they are left unsupervised.
4. All pets must be vaccinated and regularly treated for fleas and worms (if appropriate). You may be required to provide evidence of this from your veterinary surgeon.
5. You must ensure that the Property is professionally cleaned at the end of the tenancy, to include all carpets, and treatment for any fleas and mites.
6. You must ensure that your pets do not cause a nuisance to neighbours or visitors. 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.
7. 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 and hygienically.
8. You are responsible for keeping all areas of the property clean and free from parasites, such as fleas.
9. Dogs must by law wear a collar with their owner’s name and address on it when in a public place. Cats should also wear a collar to enable them to be identified. Both dogs and cats should be microchipped.
10. Both dogs and cats should be neutered. You may be required to provide evidence of this from your veterinary surgeon.
11. 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 in this property. You may not breed or offer for sale any animal in this property.
12. Should you wish to bring an additional pet after moving into the property You must first obtain Our written consent.