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Pet Policy

Pet Policy

Pet Policy (PDF)


The following pets do not require approval from One Stop Property Management:

  1. Hamsters, mice, gerbils, rats (maximum 2)
  2. Fish-1 aquarium only (maximum 10 gallons)
  3. Small reptiles under 12 inches (maximum 2)

The following pets require written approval from One Stop (maximum of 2 animals per unit). A pet agreement is included as part of the rental contract, or is added to the rental agreement as an addendum, if pets are added after occupancy begins. An additional security deposit of 25% of one month's rent ($250 minimum), a $25/mo pet rent per pet, and a non-refundable $150 pet inspection fee is required for all pets requiring written approval.

  1. Cats
  2. Dogs up to 80 pounds (adult weight)
  3. Rabbits
  4. Aquariums over 10 gallons
  5. All birds, including, but not limited to: parakeets, cockatiels, finches, parrots, and macaws

Approval will be conditioned upon:

  1. Pet reference from previous landlord and passing a pet inspection at your current location.
  2. Payment of additional security deposit of 25% of one month's rent ($250 minimum) and a $25/ mo pet rent per animal. And a non-refundable $150 Pet Fee.
  3. Property must be open to pets. (See rental listing for each individual property)
  4. Water damage insurance, purchased by tenant, naming One Stop Property Management and property owner as additionally insured, with minimum coverage of $100,000. (applies to any aquarium over 10 gallons)

The following animals are not allowed:

  1. Dogs over 80 pounds (adult weight)
  2. Pit Bulls, Staffordshire Terriers, Rottweilers, Dobermans, German Shepherds, Malamutes, Akitas, Chow Chows, Presa Canarios, Huskies, Wolf breeds, Great Danes and any other dog breed considered as dangerous, aggressive, or vicious by the CDC or Insurance Companies, or any individual dog trained for aggressive behavior.
  3. Reptiles over 12 inches in length.
  4. Any other animals not specifically mentioned in this document.

Failure to obtain written permission (as specified above) PRIOR to housing the animal at the property, is grounds for termination of rental agreement.

No exception to these policies will be granted for the pets of guests of the tenant, temporary petsitting, or any other non-permanent situation.