life hax!. id like to use this some day soon.. life #020 hacks If you pay , You can register your Dog as an "Emotional Support Animal" tit It' ll be illegal for
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life hax!

id like to use this some day soon.

life #020
hacks
If you pay , You can register
your Dog as an "Emotional
Support Animal" tit It' ll be illegal
for landlords to refuse to
rent to you.
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#3 - tittylovin has deleted their comment [+] (29 replies)
#6 to #3 - thefurryslut (08/02/2013) [-]
Welcome to the internet, where you're wrong and nobody gives two ***** about your opinions.
User avatar #12 - mrcowll (08/02/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Can this be done in Canada?
User avatar #18 to #12 - radtroll (08/02/2013) [-]
I thought you can do whatever you want in Canada if you asked nicely.
User avatar #51 - anniethreeone (08/02/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Buzz Killington reporting in. I know dogs and cats are super cute n **** and you love your pets very much, but please don't house them in apartments or rented out areas against your tenant's pet policy -- especially without getting it approved. My friend almost didn't have a place to live this summer because people broke their apartment's pet policies and my friend has a severe cat allergy. Believe it or not, pet policies aren't there just to spite you. Be considerate of people who will be living in that room after you leave.
#14 - cactusupthebutt (08/02/2013) [+] (6 replies)
Not true. My dad has a loyal dog and when he approached the office to have his dog, Lucky, to be registered such they told him he needed an order from his doctor. He's seeing a Psychologist and decided to see her about it. She decided that he wasn't eligible because he wasn't deemed 'mentally handicapped'.
User avatar #49 - ubercookieboy ONLINE (08/02/2013) [+] (25 replies)
Does this trick work in England?

I am autistic and I'm pretty sure I could make this **** work
User avatar #53 to #49 - mdmazing (08/02/2013) [-]
The **** has autism to do with this, 'autistic' people like you are awful, using their disability to their advantage, knowing it's there and using it, seriously the **** .
#28 - vampyrate (08/02/2013) [-]
This is actually very valuable information, and I appreciate you sharing it with me. I am losing my place at the end of this month (On my birthday, actually, because the universe loves me) and have been having a terrible time finding a new place because of our dog. He is a dachshund mix, and house-trained, but apparently some big threat to society.
This is actually very valuable information, and I appreciate you sharing it with me. I am losing my place at the end of this month (On my birthday, actually, because the universe loves me) and have been having a terrible time finding a new place because of our dog. He is a dachshund mix, and house-trained, but apparently some big threat to society.
User avatar #8 - lazypaul (08/02/2013) [+] (6 replies)
'Pay £65'

Just pay it to like, anyone? What?
User avatar #33 to #8 - foelkera ONLINE (08/02/2013) [-]
Lay the money in a circle with your dog at the center. Chant "Et ego quoque stultus sum ingens quisque minxit in mea braccae. Placere punctus et ridentibus de me mea mentula quam parva est." Slit your right palm while still chanting and allow a drop of blood to fall on each note. Wait 4 to 6 weeks for a rift to open up in your floor. The paperwork to have your pet documented as a support animal will burst out of it.
#106 - juha (08/02/2013) [+] (1 reply)
does this work in poland too? And with a cow instead of a dog?
User avatar #114 to #106 - mercyburris (08/02/2013) [-]
nutritional support?
User avatar #71 - iamkagji ONLINE (08/02/2013) [+] (11 replies)
Actually, they can refuse rent. They don't even have to give you a reason. They can evict you without cause as well. Seriously, if someone wants you out of their property you're gonna be out, service animal or no.
#27 - qqqqqqqqq (08/02/2013) [-]
Oh? you had your cat declared legally adorable? good thing i still don't have to rent to you because THIS IS AMERICA AND CAN REFUSE TO RENT MY PROPERTY  TO ANYBODY BECAUSE 						****					 YOU
Oh? you had your cat declared legally adorable? good thing i still don't have to rent to you because THIS IS AMERICA AND CAN REFUSE TO RENT MY PROPERTY TO ANYBODY BECAUSE **** YOU
#153 - settantaventi (08/02/2013) [-]
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#101 - pilotdudeman (08/02/2013) [+] (15 replies)
There is also a class you and your dog can take in which your dog can become a citizen. It grants them access to be in any public place whether or not animals are allowed. I'm actually doing this for my German shepherd. Pic related- it's her in the car with my sister

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#21 - jeengak (08/02/2013) [-]
all the landlord has to do is refuse to rent to you and not say its because of your pet. He can easily just say, i suddenly want to increase the price untill ur not willing to pay that price
User avatar #7 - jjvoodoo (08/02/2013) [+] (4 replies)
aaaaaaand my cat is registered
User avatar #124 - ananamouse ONLINE (08/02/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I have a legal letter from my psychiatrist for my cat. A landlord can't turn you down, but they can still charge you a reasonable pet deposit.
User avatar #32 - elyiia (08/02/2013) [+] (12 replies)
They can just refuse to rent to you and claim it's based off something else.
#31 - foelkera ONLINE (08/02/2013) [+] (2 replies)
You can also take your dog into restaurants and even into the cabin of an airplane if you have the proper documentation.

Pic related, it's my emotional support animal
#35 to #31 - ilovemyguns (08/02/2013) [-]
Wrong, you do not need to have any form of documentation, and there is no regristry for service animals. I can bring my german shepherd on a plane and nobody can say **** , even if he doesn't have his vest on, if I claim he is a service animal. By law, there is no call or need for registry, documentation, or proof or any kind, nor can they ask what the service dog is for, only what service he provides.

I have a service dog as well. Gusto.
#155 - mcgomer (08/02/2013) [+] (1 reply)
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#159 to #155 - anonymous (08/02/2013) [-]
stop my filthy item daddy you banned me for no reason yet these guys get ways340 with this **** please my filthy item daddy -strikerureka
User avatar #145 - areo0420 (08/02/2013) [+] (8 replies)
So, let's say I live in Arizona. I want to get a Pit Bull puppy, but my apartment complex doesn't allow for "Agressive Breeds" which they consider Pit Bulls to be.

Will this allow me to get past this?

I underlined Past because i wasn't sure if it was supposed to be "past" or "Passed" and kind of want to know because of reasons.
#164 to #145 - nylak (08/02/2013) [-]
I own a pit bull who is certified as a Search and Rescue K9, which allows me to keep him in counties that have breed bans (as long as he is currently licensed and I maintain a working relationship with the city's applicable office). He also has his CGC, which cuts down on my insurance, and since he's had therapy dog training I bring him about with me just about everywhere and I never get any complaints as long as he's wearing his vest and ID.

However, renting from a specific landlord is another matter; most landowners do not have homeowners insurance that covers what are deemed "aggressive breeds," including pit bulls. State Farm is the only large insurance company that I know of that does not judge dogs by breed, but by their legal standing within your county (such as "vicious" or "nuisance," based on case history of the individual animal).

Short answer: No, they probably won't, because they can't, because they aren't insured to cover any potential damage that your dog might do to another person, even if your pit bull is the happiest and most loving little ****** on the face of the earth.

Owning a pit bull is a serious pain in the ass these days, but it's still absolutely worth it for their reliability, versatility and overflowing personalities.

Pic related; that's my boy.
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