Just thought you should know. . If you pay , You can register your dog as an Emotional Support Animal" 8 It' ll be illegal for landlords to refuse to rent to yo
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If you pay , You can
register your dog as an
Emotional Support Animal"
8 It' ll be illegal for landlords
to refuse to rent to you.
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Submitted: 06/09/2014
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#8 - epicscorpion (06/09/2014) [+] (14 replies)
There's a reason, no, MANY reasons, why certain landlords ban pets. You think they just do it for fun, or because they're the real-life version of Mr. Bleakman? People can be allergic, have noise complaints, and god forbid your dog is not properly trained or restrained. Don't be a douche by doing this.
#33 - murphymcbean ONLINE (06/10/2014) [+] (4 replies)
That's complete ******** . Firstly, a landlord has the right to refuse to rent their property to you for a number of reasons, and just because you need to have a dog around all the time to stop you from crying does not mean they HAVE to accept you. If it is stipulated in the rental agreement that you are not allowed pets in a property, that's it. It is up to the landlord to waver this rule, and allow pets in "special circumstances". What, is that the only apartment you can possible rent?. No, **** off and find one that does allow pets. Secondly, if your such a weak bitch that you have to LIE and pay a fee to have an animal with you at all times, maybe you should still be living with mom and dad until you grow up.

The same goes for restaurants. You cant take pets with you, but If you have an "emotional support animal" they are supposed to let you come in with it. My point is this. Restaurants usually do not allow animals in because they are smelly, they are unhygienic, and they piss other people off. But no, your such a selfish arrogant cunt that those rules shouldn't apply to you and your pet. **** other people, right?
User avatar #9 - soule (06/09/2014) [+] (9 replies)
I want to do this. Where do I start?
#15 to #9 - lordsnow (06/10/2014) [-]
Well step one is to not be an asshole that would do this.
#14 - comradewinter ONLINE (06/10/2014) [-]
I doubt it's illegal to refuse rent. It's private owned, and while they may not tell you they refuse it for the sake of pet-ownership, they aren't obligated to give a specific reason. Hence why there have been multiple debates about racism and so forth regarding this. They aren't allowed to refuse rent on that basis either, but it happens.
#47 - kwanzalord (06/10/2014) [+] (10 replies)
Guys, paying $65 is too much. I can tell you about a way to make your life easier with just $8.00 or less.

First, got to a hardware store. You'll need to purchase a rope and metal rod here.
Now, this part is tricky so pay attention carefully. We need to be pretty crafty to make this work.

If you're in no need of an emotional support animal, you will need to use the rod to make things more seemingly legitimate. Grasp the metal rod in two hands, make sure you have a good handle on it. Now, bend over, shove it up your ass, and go **** yourself. You're taking advantage of a system in order to be selfish and ruin other people's lives.

And if you actually still believe you need an emotional support animal, use that rope you bought earlier. Make sure to tie it into a noose and hang yourself. You're worthless to society anyways.
User avatar #18 - homm (06/10/2014) [+] (1 reply)
sounds like ********
#32 - dharkmoswen (06/10/2014) [+] (2 replies)
NO, NO, NO! 						****					 YOU! This is absolute 						********					! Yeah, you can do that. And in some states (like where I live) you can claim an animal is a service animal without any paperwork. You know what though? If you don't actually have an actual NEED for this? 						****					 YOU! This isn't a life hack. This is a way to cause countless problems for people who actually DO need a service animal. I can't count the number of times my wife has been refused entry to a business because some dickass manager decided, "Hey, since this young woman doesn't look like she has any real problems, she must be using the rules to bring her pet with her." Well 						****					 you assholes who use this 						****					! My wife has serious 						*******					 seizures and thaat dog is an actual WORKING ANIMAL! Not some 						*******					 pet. So 						****					 you anyone who does this 						****					 and I hope you burn in the absolute deepest part of special hell, get reincarnated as a chinese girl in a brothel, then end up in special hell again.
NO, NO, NO! **** YOU! This is absolute ******** ! Yeah, you can do that. And in some states (like where I live) you can claim an animal is a service animal without any paperwork. You know what though? If you don't actually have an actual NEED for this? **** YOU! This isn't a life hack. This is a way to cause countless problems for people who actually DO need a service animal. I can't count the number of times my wife has been refused entry to a business because some dickass manager decided, "Hey, since this young woman doesn't look like she has any real problems, she must be using the rules to bring her pet with her." Well **** you assholes who use this **** ! My wife has serious ******* seizures and thaat dog is an actual WORKING ANIMAL! Not some ******* pet. So **** you anyone who does this **** and I hope you burn in the absolute deepest part of special hell, get reincarnated as a chinese girl in a brothel, then end up in special hell again.
#48 - Griffino (06/10/2014) [+] (7 replies)
How about this: people who are planning on renting an apartment, don't get a dog in the first place.....try being an adult who owns a respectable property for rent, and being forced to rent to someone who will wreck it. ******* grow up children.
User avatar #65 to #61 - gtocforyou ONLINE (06/10/2014) [-]
I'm pretty sure a baby can't tear apart a couch.
User avatar #7 - hankpym (06/09/2014) [-]
Its not that simple, you first need proof that you have an emotional problem/disability and then you have to prove that your animal is supporting you
#68 - cochlearimplant (06/10/2014) [-]
All the moral ineptitude aside, this won't stop the landlord from charging you out the asshole for it. He\she could charge you an extra fee monthly and consider it "pet rent" or hike up your security deposit a few grand.
User avatar #63 - monkeysniper (06/10/2014) [-]
We get rid of the religion ********** and then someone posts this. I feel like this site has a compulsive need to argue with itself
#60 - golfbob (06/10/2014) [-]
Most times you need a doctor's note of some sort for it to be a valid emotional support animal.
User avatar #45 - paraplegicdinosaur (06/10/2014) [-]
If I recall correctly, they can refuse you. However if for some reason you got the service animal while in the apartment, they cannot evict you for that reason. At least I believe so.
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User avatar #29 - zoologyexplain (06/10/2014) [+] (1 reply)
Don't pay them money.
The free way to do it is if you have anything at all that is a long term issue (like depression), get a note from your doctor suggesting that you should have a dog present for companionship/emotional support. Your dog doesn't have to be a registered service dog and a note from your doctor is way more legit to landlords.
If you just want your dog and have no issues, don't be a douche and just take the extra time to find a place that allows pets. It might be a ******** compared to the next non-pet place, but then you're the one who decided to have a dog when you didn't have a stable housing situation.
#19 - xcoreyx (06/10/2014) [+] (1 reply)
I have a feeling there would at least be some sort of process where you have to show evidence. I mean if you have a great job, lots of money, and a solid relationship, I doubt they're gonna believe that you need a dog for emotional support.
User avatar #17 - fyaq (06/10/2014) [-]
Or they can just say no because you're being an asshole
#11 - Womens Study Major (06/10/2014) [+] (2 replies)
It's within the right of the landlord to ask for a document from a medical professional or community member that verifies you have a disability (it doesn't have to say what) if it's not readily apparent.
They can always deny renting you on one of a million other factors than the animal and good luck proving it was the service animal that did it unless they have a proven history of denying service animals (my landlord did).
#2 - Womens Study Major (06/09/2014) [-]
You can't be refused rent for service animals. However, if those animals cause harm to the building or other tenants you can still be evicted and that is enough for another landlord to not rent to you with or without an animal. That holds true for barking as well
User avatar #1 - fourtwentt ONLINE (06/09/2014) [+] (4 replies)
The American disability association says you cannot ask for proof that a animal is really a service animal. I work at a hotel yea im indian, big whoop wanna fight about it and we have guests claiming their dogs are service dogs to avoid paying the pet fee and we have to accept it. Last time someone brought 2 'service dogs' which barked all night long and when i told them that I've never heard a service dog bark they threatened to sue the hotel, which we would've lost thanks to the ADA.
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