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how to screen a pit bull (by ChicagoLL [IL]) Sep 1, 2019 7:56 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by NE [PA]) Sep 1, 2019 8:40 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by razorback_tim [AR]) Sep 1, 2019 8:54 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by Vee [OH]) Sep 1, 2019 9:00 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by AllyM [NJ]) Sep 1, 2019 9:15 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by LindaJ [NY]) Sep 1, 2019 10:09 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by RB [MI]) Sep 1, 2019 10:58 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by ChicagoLL [IL]) Sep 1, 2019 10:59 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by Doogie [KS]) Sep 1, 2019 11:05 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by RentsDue [MA]) Sep 1, 2019 11:19 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by Lauren IN [IN]) Sep 2, 2019 2:10 AM
       how to screen a pit bull (by Sparky [PA]) Sep 2, 2019 6:59 AM
       how to screen a pit bull (by AllyM [NJ]) Sep 2, 2019 9:24 AM
       how to screen a pit bull (by Oregon Woodsmoke [ID]) Sep 2, 2019 9:29 AM
       how to screen a pit bull (by Oregon Woodsmoke [ID]) Sep 2, 2019 9:33 AM
       how to screen a pit bull (by Oregon Woodsmoke [ID]) Sep 2, 2019 9:40 AM
       how to screen a pit bull (by Sherry [MO]) Sep 2, 2019 12:03 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by JKJ [MA]) Sep 2, 2019 12:10 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by Salernitana [CA]) Sep 2, 2019 12:50 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by Cgb [MI]) Sep 2, 2019 2:06 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by ST [ID]) Sep 2, 2019 3:20 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by Sisco [MO]) Sep 2, 2019 4:10 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by Mary [MI]) Sep 2, 2019 5:48 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by Laura [MD]) Sep 2, 2019 6:19 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by ChicagoLL [IL]) Sep 2, 2019 8:11 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by JKJ [MA]) Sep 2, 2019 8:21 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by Lauren IN [IN]) Sep 2, 2019 8:29 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by ned [AL]) Sep 3, 2019 6:23 AM
       how to screen a pit bull (by ChicagoLL [IL]) Sep 3, 2019 9:00 AM
       how to screen a pit bull (by GKARL [PA]) Sep 3, 2019 2:22 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by ChicagoLL [IL]) Sep 3, 2019 3:29 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by mike [CA]) Sep 3, 2019 3:32 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by JKJ [MA]) Sep 3, 2019 3:54 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by Hammer [TN]) Sep 4, 2019 1:33 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by Den [OH]) Sep 18, 2019 2:25 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by mike [CA]) Sep 18, 2019 2:27 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by Patti [OK]) Sep 18, 2019 2:46 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by Dave Simpson [OR]) Sep 18, 2019 2:54 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by Patti [OK]) Sep 18, 2019 3:01 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by Robert [TX]) Sep 18, 2019 4:32 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by Rennie [CA]) Sep 18, 2019 8:48 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by CS [NY]) Sep 19, 2019 11:03 PM
       how to screen a pit bull (by Dave Simpson [OR]) Sep 20, 2019 11:48 AM
       how to screen a pit bull (by Dave Simpson [OR]) Sep 20, 2019 11:48 AM
       how to screen a pit bull (by mike [CA]) Sep 27, 2019 2:50 PM


how to screen a pit bull (by ChicagoLL [IL]) Posted on: Sep 1, 2019 7:56 PM
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Hello everyone,

I have a vacant 1st floor apartment in a small 3 flat and a prospect who qualified in every way: good credit, good stable job, cooperative, good heart (taking care of the elderly in his family), etc. The only thing that I don't like is that he has a 3 years old 40 lbs pit bull. Even though he assured me that his dog is very shy and friendly (all prospects always say that), I let him know that I need to visit his current place to see how the dog behave toward a stranger like me. He agreed to let me meet his pit bull. I'll bring the lease with me. If the dog is ok, we'll sign the lease.

Frankly I only know how to screen people. I have no idea how to screen this pit bull. Any tips? Feel free to share any opinions/thoughts on this. Thank you.

--99.128.xxx.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by NE [PA]) Posted on: Sep 1, 2019 8:40 PM
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Screen the owner. Pit bull is probably more qualified than the owner by the time it's all said and done. --50.107.xxx.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by razorback_tim [AR]) Posted on: Sep 1, 2019 8:54 PM
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Start with your nose. If his current apartment has a dog odor, yours will too.

How does the dog behave? Is it aggressive toward you? Friendly? Stand-offish? Does the owner have control of the animal? When the owner gives the dog a command, does it obey? Does it jump on you?

--70.178.x.xx




how to screen a pit bull (by Vee [OH]) Posted on: Sep 1, 2019 9:00 PM
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What does your insurance carrier say about this, need photo vet records for my agent to give the new rate which the prospective tenant now pays with me as an interested party, most times it is cost prohibitive for the tenant to carry a 2500 payment... --76.188.xxx.xx




how to screen a pit bull (by AllyM [NJ]) Posted on: Sep 1, 2019 9:15 PM
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Well, the dog will be protective of the home and the owner and you are a stranger. I would not do this at the home. Can you have the person meet you on the sidewalk with the dog in front of the next home down? All dogs will bark when someone comes to the door. If the owner says "sit" or "down" and the dog sits or lies down out on the sidewalk I would say that's a pretty normal dog. The problem with even a "normal" pit bull is if it bites, they tend not to let go. Owners have to have a pry bar to open their jaws. That fat face is all muscle with a grip of 300 lbs. My cousin, an older small woman, was walking to her friend's house two doors down and the next door woman's puppy pitbull grabbed her hand playfully and would not let go. The owner had to pry the dog's jaws open. Now she was somehow not hurt but I advised her if the skin was broken, to get a tetanus shot and make sure the dog had a rabies shot. If not I told her to call the police so the health department could have the dog picked up and quarantined and she could get rabies shots. I have not heard from her for a week so I don't know the outcome. I think meeting a dog on a sidewalk should bring about a couple of barks and the owner says sit and it does. Don't reach your hand out to it. A young boy had his nose taken off this week at one of the beaches. The pitbull dog's owner said the boy could pet the dog when he asked. You can google pitbull NJ beach boy nose and should find the whole story. --173.61.xxx.xx




how to screen a pit bull (by LindaJ [NY]) Posted on: Sep 1, 2019 10:09 PM
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My insurance company has a list of dog breeds it will not allow and pit bulls are on that list. My friend who has one and is a home owner, says there is only one insurance company that can she get to cover her.

My vet tech friend said she would never get a pit bull, you just can't trust them.

Those things say it all for me. No pit bulls. --108.4.xxx.xx




how to screen a pit bull (by RB [MI]) Posted on: Sep 1, 2019 10:58 PM
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Next. --184.53.x.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by ChicagoLL [IL]) Posted on: Sep 1, 2019 10:59 PM
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Thank you for all your replies. Yall quite scare me about the pit bull. hmm... --99.128.xxx.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by Doogie [KS]) Posted on: Sep 1, 2019 11:05 PM
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I have to disagree with Ally a bit. Seeing the dog in their home would be better than the sidewalk. The reason for this is that at some point, you will need to be in the house to do maintenance. Most likely, the owner will have the dog under control for this, but you should know how it will behave.

Agree with everyone else on smell and damage. This is what your house will look and smell like in a short time. If it's ok, then it's ok.

The only drawback is insurance. A lot of insurance companies will have a list of breeds they ban. Pits are on that list guaranteed. If they see that dog on your property, they could cancel the policy. Additionally if something happened involving the dog, they may not cover you. Definitely check with your agent. --68.102.xxx.xx




how to screen a pit bull (by RentsDue [MA]) Posted on: Sep 1, 2019 11:19 PM
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Your Insurance company will likely cancel you. Then you will be forced into the state insurance pool. Last time that happened to me the premium was about $6000.00 per year. Ask the applicant if they are willing to pay that? People who donít own their own homes should not get pit bulls, that is why the shelters are full of them. Your applicant is a animal lover with poor decision making skills. If you do decide to even entertain this idea of renting to him, meet the dog at its home- that is itís true personality. If you meet my dogs at Petco they will be your best friend. If you show up at my house unannounced you better be able to outrun them or climb a tree. --71.10.xxx.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by Lauren IN [IN]) Posted on: Sep 2, 2019 2:10 AM
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There is a reason insurance companies don't allow them, which is the same reason I don't allow them. The owner is only one component of the equation. The breed (behavioral and physical traits that they have been bred for, which is to be fighting dogs) is the other. Even the nicest dog can have a bad day, or be teased by the neighborhood kid. Then it's 40 stitches from the pit bull instead of one from Lassie. --99.0.xx.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by Sparky [PA]) Posted on: Sep 2, 2019 6:59 AM
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Who lives in the other units? You could be putting other tenants at risk. If the dog attacks one of them, especially small children, you could lose everything. --100.6.xx.xx




how to screen a pit bull (by AllyM [NJ]) Posted on: Sep 2, 2019 9:24 AM
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Doogie, my point is that any dog will go nuts when someone comes in their home, so that would not say anything about the dog's normal personality. One of the most dangerous dogs I have seen is a Rottweiler and the next one is surprisingly, Bernese Mountain Dog. They look like a huge furry Rottweiler. I have seen their behavior at the local vet in the waiting room and they are aggressive. Don't go near one with a small dog because they want to attack it. --173.61.xxx.xx




how to screen a pit bull (by Oregon Woodsmoke [ID]) Posted on: Sep 2, 2019 9:29 AM
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First step is to contact your insurance company and make sure that you will still be covered if the pitbull moves in.

Check local law and make sure there is no breed specific laws that do not allow pitbulls in your area.

Be aware that many many more dog bites come from shy dogs than from aggressive dogs. It's called fear biting.

You will want to meet the dog inside the dog's own home, If you allow the dog to move in, every time you go to work on your rental, you will be going into the dog's own home. If the dog is squirrelly about strangers inside his own home, you will have a lot of problems with doing repairs.

The dog should be clean, groomed, and not stinky. The dog should approach you in a friendly manner and welcome petting. Being breed specific about that. Some breeds will ignore you but allow petting, but a pitbull should be wiggle butt friendly and fawn over you.

If the dog hangs back, hides behind the owner, and looks worried, reject the dog. If the dog growls or rumbles, reject the dog. If the dog skitters away when you reach to pet, reject the dog.

If the dog gives you a hard eyed stare, reject the dog. What is called "the stink eye" indicates an aggressive dog, or a dog that is not happy to have you in its territory.

The dog should have decent manners and be under control. I don't rally expect obedience training from tenants, but the dog should not climb on you or rush the door every time the door is opened. The dog should bark when you knock and then be quiet when told to be quiet.

Ask to see a current rabies vaccination certificate and a spay/ neuter certificate. Do not allow an un-neutered dog or an unspayed female. --98.146.xxx.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by Oregon Woodsmoke [ID]) Posted on: Sep 2, 2019 9:33 AM
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By the way, since you have already told the applicant that they can have the apartment if the pitbull is an OK dog, you can expect that pitbull to morph into an emotional support animal when you try to keep it out.

I suggest that you be prepared for that. --98.146.xxx.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by Oregon Woodsmoke [ID]) Posted on: Sep 2, 2019 9:40 AM
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When you do the home inspection, be sure to check the yard and gardens for dog damage and dog poop. --98.146.xxx.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by Sherry [MO]) Posted on: Sep 2, 2019 12:03 PM
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Some towns ban pits. Some insurance companies will not insure you with a pit. The #1 thing you wrote that set alarms off for me was 'SHY'!!! A shy dog, put in an uncomfortable condition ( say a small child running up to it) is UNPREDICTABLE at best! This would be a HARD PASS for me. --162.253.xx.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by JKJ [MA]) Posted on: Sep 2, 2019 12:10 PM
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How is the dog both ďvery shy and friendlyĒ at the same time? Sounds like a nice way of saying the dog is loyal and affectionate to the owner, but fearful and territorial around strangers. With that type of dog you need to worry about fear aggression, and with a Pit Bull I would really worry! Do yourself a favor and reject now, before you or someone else in the building gets bit, and hope as Oregon Woodsmoke said they donít come back and say itís an ESA. --72.224.xxx.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by Salernitana [CA]) Posted on: Sep 2, 2019 12:50 PM
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Another obvious test is to listen to any obnoxious barking when you walk toward or near the guyís place. If the guy does move into your place, his neighbors/your other tenants should not have to hear the dog bark furiously if they are outside of their own units. Best of luck and please share what happens. --207.55.xxx.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by Cgb [MI]) Posted on: Sep 2, 2019 2:06 PM
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80% of childhood dog bites are from pitbulls, rottweilers and German shepherds. Pitbull attacks, due to 3000 lbs of clamping force are always the worst. As a business decision, it is not worth the risk to me. I know there are exceptions but why would I want to take that risk? If you want to gamble, go to vegas. --174.237.xxx.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by ST [ID]) Posted on: Sep 2, 2019 3:20 PM
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I would request to meet the dog. If after spending some time with the dog, you should have a pretty good understanding of it's temperament. You could also request to meet him at current home. That way you can check for damages, back yard issues, etc., Heck, my dad would say go talk to the neighbors and see what they say too. --72.24.xxx.xx




how to screen a pit bull (by Sisco [MO]) Posted on: Sep 2, 2019 4:10 PM
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40 lb pit? Really? unless it is a pup, they have lied on the application.

Ask yourself this: what sort of person would voluntarily choose a pit bull? Knowing how difficult it is to rent an apartment, knowing how that their animal may well severely injure a neighbor, may well kill a neighbor pet......IMHO, the choice in pet tells me that this person wants to live a violent life. A thug life. As a property manager, why approve this? Are you able to collect double rate rent? --67.43.xxx.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by Mary [MI]) Posted on: Sep 2, 2019 5:48 PM
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Judge Judy always has pit bull bite cases and they are all friendly, shy and good with the children. The owner is always positive their dog would not bite and they are so sure of their facts---but it happens Last month a 9 year old girl in Detroit was mauled and killed by 3 pit bulls and the owner will go to prison for life. --68.32.xxx.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by Laura [MD]) Posted on: Sep 2, 2019 6:19 PM
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I would not screen a pit bull, I would just reject it, like my insurance company does. They don't ask to meet the pit bull before deciding not to cover it. I think there is something wrong with someone who is not a home owner yet chooses to get a pit bull knowing the obstacles in renting. --108.56.xxx.xx




how to screen a pit bull (by ChicagoLL [IL]) Posted on: Sep 2, 2019 8:11 PM
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Thank you everyone very much. The message is clear that the pitbull is not welcome in my building. My insurance will cancel the policy if I take this pitbull. The guy came with his sister (who doesn't live with him). I'll ask if his sister could take his pitbull.

The guy is only 26 years old. Probably doesn't know how difficult it is to get an apartment that could accept a pitbull. I also don't understand "why pitbull". There are hundreds of breed out there. sigh... --99.128.xxx.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by JKJ [MA]) Posted on: Sep 2, 2019 8:21 PM
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Just make sure it doesnít stay with the sister for a couple weeks then end up in your building. --174.192.x.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by Lauren IN [IN]) Posted on: Sep 2, 2019 8:29 PM
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I wouldn't give him the option. That pit bull may be moving in once he thinks he's in the clear. Then he'll say it's just "visiting". How are you going to monitor? There are other prospects; I would just keep searching. One less thing to worry about. It's tempting to just get it rented so don't have to worry about it anymore, but think of it as a time investment in the long term. Making your life easier later. The fact that he chose a pit bull may be an indicator of other negative things that he chooses to do. Why take the risk? --99.0.xx.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by ned [AL]) Posted on: Sep 3, 2019 6:23 AM
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Pit Bull? Hell no. --70.92.xx.xx




how to screen a pit bull (by ChicagoLL [IL]) Posted on: Sep 3, 2019 9:00 AM
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Thank you again for all your replies. It really helps me detaching from this prospect even though he has all the goodies (credit score, stable job, cooperative etc) with him. --99.128.xxx.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by GKARL [PA]) Posted on: Sep 3, 2019 2:22 PM
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Pit Bulls have been banned from airlines and other places. The reason for that is liability. Under no circumstances will I have a pitbull living in any of my buildings. --64.121.xxx.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by ChicagoLL [IL]) Posted on: Sep 3, 2019 3:29 PM
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Thanks GKARL --107.77.xxx.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by mike [CA]) Posted on: Sep 3, 2019 3:32 PM
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first...i like dogs more than people.

second...there is NO way i would let a pitbull in a rental. even the ones that seem sweet have the "boing" gene. they all have that gene and if you exclude that tenant AND his

demon-seed it won't surface when you are liable. that tenant will get some other type of bitey dog. have you noticed that the dog renters rarely have labradors or golden retrievers? exclude the tenant. you have been warned --76.176.xxx.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by JKJ [MA]) Posted on: Sep 3, 2019 3:54 PM
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Chicago LL, I think your making a very wise decision ďdetachingĒ from this tenant and his Pit. --72.93.xxx.xx




how to screen a pit bull (by Hammer [TN]) Posted on: Sep 4, 2019 1:33 PM
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Here is how I screen for pit bull.

"Do you need a pet friendly home or a no pet home?"

"what kind of dog do you have and how many?"

"Do you need a fenced yard?"

Sorry this house will not qualify and unfortunately our pet friendly home that would suit your needs is rented. Thanks for calling....Click.

Then I add them to my "do not rent" list as next time they call the pit will be a "lab mix". --137.119.xxx.xx




how to screen a pit bull (by Den [OH]) Posted on: Sep 18, 2019 2:25 PM
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When it comes down to it.... Itís a $16,000 dog. --216.227.xx.xx




how to screen a pit bull (by mike [CA]) Posted on: Sep 18, 2019 2:27 PM
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excellent advice hammer.

"of course we accept service animals. let me get you an application. please fill it out completely and legibly and get it to me with the $40 per adult screening fee. what is your email address?" give them a mail address to deliver the check for screening and simply process the app after the check clears. make sure they know they need to include a current renters insurance policy declarations page to have the application deemed complete. if they do not MAIL it back with a request that they complete it.

if they get a dog after the fact simply terminate the month to month tenancy. no cause is needed in most areas.

pitbull owners are full of **it...their game is an old one. let them put some other landlord at risk for a maiming or worse --76.176.xxx.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by Patti [OK]) Posted on: Sep 18, 2019 2:46 PM
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We have a policy in our rentals : NO ANIMALS! Whatsoever. --24.253.xxx.xx




how to screen a pit bull (by Dave Simpson [OR]) Posted on: Sep 18, 2019 2:54 PM
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In the state of Oregon, I was told that if any animal including a pit bull, (or any dangerous breed) is a 'service animal' weather your insurance company allows them or not; that you HAVE to accept the animal??

Comments... --76.115.xx.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by Patti [OK]) Posted on: Sep 18, 2019 3:01 PM
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It states on all my material leases, flyers, ads, etc. states this. That means we do not any kind of Animals. --24.253.xxx.xx




how to screen a pit bull (by Robert [TX]) Posted on: Sep 18, 2019 4:32 PM
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How to handle Pitt Bulls. It states in my rental criteria no pit bulls. I allow pets under 20lbs. It's not worth the aggravation and additional costs. --76.242.xx.xx




how to screen a pit bull (by Rennie [CA]) Posted on: Sep 18, 2019 8:48 PM
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One of my dogs is half pit bull and loves people. Not so nice to other dogs. Three of our tenants have pit bulls and they are all friendly to me and other dogs. The advice given on how to select a dog is excellent, and it should be done on a case by case basis. I don't care if the dog is a poodle or Maltese, if it aggressive, I will not rent to the human. --75.83.xx.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by CS [NY]) Posted on: Sep 19, 2019 11:03 PM
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I gotta say, I have never seen a 40 lb adult pit bull. That is tiny. Probably a mutt from the pound who has a bit of a jowly face so they said pit bull mix.

I agree with Oregon Woodsmokeís answer, but the problem here is OP (and many other landlords who chimed in) do not seem to know dogs well, and it is better to only traffic in things you know well unless you are willing to make a few mistakes and learn, sometimes the hard way.

We have always taken dogs in our rentals, regardless of breed, but we must meet them and approve them. I expect an owner to be able to have the same control over their dog that we expect out of ours.

We only have single family houses and have had tons of dogs ourselves (including fostering/training some problem dogs and having owned an over 170 lb Molosser type dog as well as an American Staffordshire). We donít take cats, however, because I think they are more destructive. Puppies of any breed are also a bigger problem than 4 year old pit bulls. I am not a fan of toy breeds as many owners let those dogs defecate and urinate indoors on puppy pads and treat them like spoiled children.

It is true that most renters with dogs have badly behaved dogs, just as most renters have badly behaving children. We try to screen both out, just like we screen for deadbeats. YMMV. --24.105.xxx.xx




how to screen a pit bull (by Dave Simpson [OR]) Posted on: Sep 20, 2019 11:48 AM
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Have not seen many responses on service animals and the requirement to take them. In the state of Oregon, whether you except pets, donít take large animals, or any other dog restriction, when somebody shows up and a Reasonable accommodation request is presented, (or shows up after move in) you must -must - take the dog. No pet rent, or pet deposit permissible.

Does anyone know how to get around this, or have had any experience (in different states) along these lines.

Tnx. Dave --76.115.xx.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by Dave Simpson [OR]) Posted on: Sep 20, 2019 11:48 AM
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Have not seen many responses on service animals and the requirement to take them. In the state of Oregon, whether you except pets, donít take large animals, or any other dog restriction, when somebody shows up and a Reasonable accommodation request is presented, (or shows up after move in) you must -must - take the dog. No pet rent, or pet deposit permissible.

Does anyone know how to get around this, or have had any experience (in different states) along these lines.

Tnx. Dave --76.115.xx.xxx




how to screen a pit bull (by mike [CA]) Posted on: Sep 27, 2019 2:50 PM
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service animals are NOT PETS...and so are exempt from "no pet" rules. the solution is to screen them out for other reasons like incomplete applications, illegible applications, bad landlord reports, missing years and months from rem=ntal histories, refusal of prior landlords to report, inability to PROVE regular payments, crummy credit...

any landlord allowing a pit bull is nuts. y'all go ahead and pretend they are a reflection of the owner...you're stepping on your own you know what --76.176.xxx.xxx





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