Pet Friendly Apartments

Pet Friendly Apartments

Find Pet Friendly Apartments in Tampa Bay

Finding pet friendly apartments is very important to many apartment hunters. If you own a pet, you don't want to find a complex that you love that won't let you keep your pet with you! Using the tools on RentTampaBay gives you a fully customizable search tool coupled with the knowledge of local apartment experts. We also offer pages with only dog friendly apartments and cat friendly apartments. If you don't own a pet, it will still be helpful to know your apartment's pet policies. You may fall in love with a furry friend one day, and you should know if your lease allows you to keep one.

Does the kind of pet matter at pet friendly apartments?

If you are an animal lover, it is likely that some sort of pet lives with you. Most apartment complexes allow some sort of pet to live with their renters. If you already own a pet, your first question when looking at apartments is if your specific pet will be allowed. There may be restrictions based on an animal's weight, age, and breed.

Cats and dogs are the usual pet clientele apartments are consider. Most places don't mind if you have a goldfish, but some do. Check with your apartment to see if they require notice of pets in aquariums, terrariums, or small cages. Fish, iguanas, birds, and hamsters might not seem like anything noteworthy, but pet friendly apartments in Tampa may not allow them or may just want to know of their presence.

Pet Fees

Nearly every pet friendly apartment in Tampa will charge extra for each pet you own. These fees come in two types. One is a one-time deposit, usually a few hundred dollars. This may be partially refundable if your pet doesn't damage anything. Another is an additional monthly charge on your rent, usually $10-$40.

Proactive Pet Ownership in your Pet Friendly Tampa Apartment

As a responsible pet owner, you should be aware of your pets. Know what sort of damage they may inflict upon your new residence, and do your best to avoid this. If you have a puppy that isn't house trained, you will probably want to house train it before you move into your next home. If your cat scratches walls or carpets, buy them a scratching post. Take into account the amount of space your pet needs when you are touring pet friendly apartments in Tampa. Many floor plans come with some balcony or patio area, which may be useful in giving dogs a bit of enclosed outdoor space. If your pet will need time outside of your apartment, find out if the apartment offers any fenced in areas, and ask about nearby parks. You may also want to request a ground floor apartment near a grassy area if your pet will need regular trips outside.

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