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The good news is that it’s becoming increasingly common for owners to allow pets, and more often than not property managers are advising owners to keep an open mind about pets, particularly in the
current WA law, tenants are required to get the consent of the rental provider
before they bring a pet into property. Here are some tips for renting with pets:
As part of the
Residential Tenancies Act if you are permitted to keep a pet that is capable of
carrying parasites that can affect humans you may be required to pay a pet bond
if you keep a pet. The Act provides for pet bond of $260.
This pet bond is in
addition to your main security bond. The pet bond can only be used to pay for
fumigation of the premises.
Any other damages
caused by the pet and not repaired before the end of the lease will be claimed
as a deduction from the security bond payment.