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As pet lovers ourselves, we understand how important it is to find pet friendly apartment options when you're leasing with pets. Whether you have a dog, cat, both, or another type of furry friend, at ApartmentHomeLiving.com it's quick and easy to search for the apartments with pets allowed in each city across the nation. To help you easily find the perfect place, here is a list of Top Pet Friendly apartment searches in popular cities on ApartmentHomeLiving.com...

    Pet Friendly Apartment Related Helpful Resources

    To provide you with the best pet friendly apartment search experience, we've compiled a list of helpful resources, tips and answers to your questions related to leasing with pets...

    Can I Lease with My Pet?

    Renting an apartment when you have a pet is definitely possible. Because pet policies can vary from community to community the best way to find out if your furry friend is allowed is to ask the leasing staff directly what their policy is. You may also want to ask if there are any pet deposits, fees or additional deposits required. To find out the details like that for any apartment on ApartmentHomeLiving.com, simply call the community at the phone number provided or send a message through the convenient form.

    3 Tips for Moving with Your Dog or Cat

    Moving can be stressful. That's a known fact. When moving with pets, though, it's important to rememeber that it's not only stressful for you, it's also stressful on your pet. Keep these tips in mind when making your move:
    • Make Things Familiar - Pets are creatures of habit who love having little disruption to their environment. During a move try to keep as many familiar things around you pet as you can. From a blanket in their crate to their favorite toy, it can be helpful to make sure they have these comforts to help with their anxiety.
    • Let Them Roam - Both dogs and cats may be really curious about their new surroundings. At their own pace let them explore their new home. It's important not to force them, so remember that each pet may explore at their own pace.
    • Accidents May Happen - As with any change to their location even the most potty trained dog might have an accident. You can help them acclimate by taking them for walks around the new community and praising them when they take care of business.