Dogs should not be left alone in rental units for long periods of time. Tenants must make certain their pets will not cause damage to the unit if left unsupervised.
Pets must be vaccinated and regularly treated for fleas and worms (if appropriate).Tenants must provide evidence of this from their veterinarians.
Tenants must not leave animal waste inside their properties, unless the animal is a caged pet or trained to use a litter box. Litter boxes must be cleaned regularly and the waste put in the outside garbage. Any pet waste must be removed immediately from the common areas of the complex and disposed of safely and hygienically in the garbage.
Tenants are responsible for keeping the rental unit and the residential complex clean and free from parasites (ex: fleas).
Tenants must not keep pets they intend to breed or sell.
Tenants who want another pet after moving in must ask for their landlord's written permission.
Tenants with pets agree to have the carpets professionally cleaned before they move out, or pay the cost of carpet cleaning at whatever rates apply at that time.
The Tenant shall be liable for any and all claims and actions initiated by the Landlord, another Tenant or any other person for any injury to any person or damage to any property in or about the Rented Premises as a result of the Tenant or his guests bringing any animal, bird, reptiles or pet into the Rented Premises or in or about the Rented Premises or in or about the building where the Rented Premises where the Rented Premises are situated.