|Barked: Thu Feb 20, '14 4:04pm PST |
|Unfortunately home inspections can also go very badly depending on the rescue. A fenced in yard is almost always an absolute. But doesn't that make it difficult for urban dwellers to adopt? Some landlords are fine with dogs but don't want fences put up on rental property.
Our family is a case in point...we adopted two beautiful doggies from city shelters, no home inspection just application and adoption fee. Both dogs have thrived and grown and are completely bonded to our family.
We didn't have a fenced in yard until months after we got the first dog, but I walked her five or six times a day.
My daughter is special needs, but she does know how to behave with dogs.
We have a large cat family, and the dogs respect them.
Our housekeeping is unfortunately hit or miss with everyone at multiple jobs, but the animals of the house eat, play and exercise regularly every day.
All of the above could have gotten us rejected for a home inspection. I think sometimes they can reject homes that would actually be fine owners.
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