PET POLICY

Information for Your Furry Family Members

We know that your pets are members of your family, too.

If you have a pet, please make sure you have chosen a home or apartment that will allow a pet and that your pet is of a qualified breed and size. An additional pet security deposit, non-refundable fee, and pet rent (typically per pet) may be due. Typically, two pets of up to 35 lbs. full-grown are allowed.

We use an independent, third-party pet screening vendor (PetScreening.com) for all prospective residents. To ensure all residents understand our pet and animal-related policies, we require a third-party screening and review process regardless of having a pet or animal. This process ensures we have formalized pet and animal-related policy acknowledgments and accurate pet and animal records.

Please note that 55+/62+ apartment communities do not participate in PetScreening. Please see the property's onsite manager for pet policy details.

  • A clear photo of each pet must be submitted with your rental application.
  • All pets and/or service animals must be screened through PetScreening.com.
  • A monthly pet fee (per pet) will be required. The monthly pet fee is determined by the “FIDO Score” from the completed screening with PetScreening.com.
  • All pets will require a $150 non-refundable pet add-on fee.

The pet screening profile cost is the responsibility of the household pet owner. This is a separate charge from the rental application fee. It is as low as $20 for the first pet application and $15 for each additional pet application. There is no charge for an assistance animal accommodation request and no charge for a “No Pet or Animal” profile. There is a renewal fee of $10 per year for all household pets.

Each household pet owner receives a Pet Management License to use their Pet Profile in their everyday life. For example, Pet Profiles can be shared with a pet groomer, pet walker, pet day-care, another landlord, etc., and are valid for one year.

Washington Residents

Washington law allows a two-year exemption for breed-restricted dogs if they attend an AKC Canine Good Citizen program (or reasonable equivalent) and pass the 10-step test. The owner is still responsible for all deposits, fees, pet rent, etc.

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