Animal Application and Process
If your pet is of non-aggressive breed, we may have a property that might work for you!
We are pleased to work with any qualified applicant that has a mature, well behaved, non-aggressive breed dog. These terms are largely based on the comfort level of the property owner and the restrictions they decide for a pet to be considered. Some smaller properties are suitable for residents with a cat, while other properties may not allow cats due to allergy issues of the property owner.
If your pet is over one years old, and of non-aggressive breed, we may have a property that might work for you! Pets under one years of age will not be considered and breeding of any pets is not allowed on our properties.
At Uniform Property Management we require every animal to go through our professional screening process. The fee for this is $20.00 for the first pet profile and $15.00 for each additional pet in your profile. These application fees are paid directly to our 3rd party vendor conducting the pet screening. This screening is part of our application process and any house application received that lists a pet(s) must complete this to move forward with the rental application.
Sadly, we are unable to rent to breeds that are commonly labeled as "aggressive" by the insurance companies. We cannot rent to mixes of these breeds. If you have a mixed breed dog, and not sure what the cross is, but he/she really looks like a pit bull, we will err on the side of caution and deny the pet. It is the sole obligation of the applicant to get their pet approved prior to submitting the rental application, please be prepared to submit photo along with your request for approval. Non-qualifying pets may result in denial of rental application.
Breeds Considered AggressiveHere is a list of breeds that are considered aggressive by major insurance companies.
While we understand that your pet may be sweet and gentle, neither Uniform Property Management and Real Estate nor our clients are willing or able to take a risk renting to an animal that is considered a statistical liability.
- American Bull Terrier / American Bulldog
- American Staffordshire Terrier
- Coyotes and Wild Dogs
- Doberman Pinscher
- German Shepherd
- Hybrid and Purebred Wolves
- Korean Jindu
- Pit Bull
- Presa Canario
- Staffordshire Bull Terrier
Consideration to Approve
The overall strength of your qualifications weighs heavily on the consideration to approve your pet, as does the age, weight and breed of the pet. The pet application must be completed.
We always accept service animals with proper documentation. Once your application is approved, we will provide the request for reasonable accommodation and verification of disability and need.