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The answer to this question depends on what type of tenant or owner you are.

It depends on where you live and what your lease or tenancy agreement says. You always need to talk to us about it before you get a pet or an assistance dog.

Many leases, especially for flats, don't allow you to keep pets. So please check your lease.

If you do want a pet, we may be able to give you permission to have one. Email leasehold@a2dominion.co.uk to discuss it with us.

If the pet causes problems for you or your neighbours, we can withdraw the permission.

It depends on where you live and what your lease or tenancy agreement says. You always need to talk to us about it before you get a pet or an assistance dog.

Many leases, especially for flats, don't allow you to keep pets. So please check your lease.

If you do want a pet, we may be able to give you permission to have one. Email leasehold@a2dominion.co.uk to discuss it with us.

If the pet causes problems for you or your neighbours, we can withdraw the permission.

It depends on where you live and what your lease or tenancy agreement says. You always need to talk to us about it before you get a pet or an assistance dog.

You'll always need permission to keep a pet, and some tenancy agreements don't allow pets at all.

If you want to keep a pet:

  1. Contact us to ask for a pet permission form
  2. Send the form back to us
  3. Allow us to visit your home to see if it's suitable for the pet you want to keep

If your tenancy allows it and your home is suitable, we'll send you a letter that gives you permission to keep a pet.

If you stay in key worker accommodation, you can't keep pets.

It depends on where you live and what your lease or tenancy agreement says. You always need to talk to us about it before you get a pet or an assistance dog.

If you want to keep a pet:

  1. Contact us to ask for a pet permission form
  2. Send the form back to us
  3. Allow us to visit your home to see if it's suitable for the pet you want to keep

If your tenancy allows it and your home is suitable, we'll send you a letter that gives you permission to keep a pet.

You can't keep pets if:

  • Your tenancy agreement doesn't allow it (For example, we don't allow dogs to live in flats without a private garden.)
  • There have been issues with you keeping a pet before.
  • Your home isn't suitable for your pet. We'll ask the RSPCA or another animal organisation for advice on this.

You can't keep a pet that:

  • Wouldn't normally be kept in a home, like a sheep, goat or pig.
  • Is banned under the Dangerous Dog Acts of 1991 and 2006.
  • Is listed under the 1976 Dangerous Wild Animals Act and you don’t have a licence for it.

If you stay in student accommodation, you can't keep pets.

It depends on where you live and what your lease or tenancy agreement says. You always need to talk to us about it before you get a pet or an assistance dog.

Most tenancy agreements don't allow pets. You may be able to bring your pet with you when you first move into your home though.

You can't keep pets if you stay in supported housing.