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We do allow pets in some of our rented homes if you live in a property with its own non-communal garden.

We will also consider support animals in homes such as a guide dog for example.

It is important that you speak with us about a potential pet as you must get permission before keeping one in your home.

If you do decide to have a pet, it is your responsibility to make sure it does not create a mess or noise that will impact on your neighbours. It is also up to you to make sure your garden is secure and that your pet can’t escape through a gap in a hedge or fence.

If you don’t keep your pet under control, you could risk breaching your tenancy agreement and losing your home.

If you are experiencing problems with a neighbour’s pet, please speak to its owner first before contacting us.

For more advice on pet nuisance and how to speak to your neighbour about it, please visit our report anti-social behaviour page.

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