Einhorn Insurance will be happy to help you with home, condo, renter or liability insurance with a Pit Bull, Rottweiler, Doberman, Akita, Shepherd…etc. We don’t breed discriminate and insure responsible owners of all dog breeds. As proud Pit Bull owners, our goal is to make it easier for you to find a rental.
Dog and Canine liability insurance covers bodily injury and property damage your pets may cause to other people, other animals or other people’s property. By obtaining a San Diego or California dog liability insurance policy, you show your landlord you are a responsible tenant and appreciate the opportunity to rent their property.
The following San Diego units are pet friendly located in Serra Mesa and Mission Valley. Preferences are given to owners of large dogs for all the Allure Units.
If interested in any of the properties below, please contact Egon at (860) 478-4649,
or Tammy at (774) 200-0720.
3456 Castle Glen Drive Unit 183, San Diego, CA 92123
- Available August 10, 2012 No Pet Restrictions
- 1 bedroom/ 1 baths $1050/month, no pet fees, includes cold/hot water and 1 parking space.
3454 Castle Glen Drive 1 Townhouse, San Diego, CA 92123
- No Pet Restrictions
- 2 bedroom/ 1.5 baths 885 sq ft townhouse in Serra Mesa
- $1375/month, no pet fees, includes cold/hot water and 1 parking space.
3456 Castle Glen Drive first floor studio, San Diego, CA 92123
- No Pet Restrictions, Possible Availability October 2012
- 450 sq ft studio, $825/month, no pet fees, includes cold/hot water and 1 parking space.
3456 Castle Glen Drive Second Floor Studio, San Diego, CA 92123
- No Pet Restrictions
- 450 sq ft studio
- $850/month, no pet fees, includes cold/hot water and 1 parking space.
7978 Mission Center Ct, San Diego, CA 92128
- HOA Regulations, 2 pets, 1 of which can be a dog above 65 lbs
- no breed restrictions.
- 560 sq ft studio, $925/month, no pet fees, includes cold/hot water, 1 covered parking space, free cable TV with premium channels.
Cabrillo Springs Apartments
- Large dogs allowed, minimal restrictions
- 3456 Castle Glen Dr. Unit 292 – Allows larger dogs.
If the above locations aren’t convenient/available, here are a few other tips that may help you find Pit Bull or dog friendly rentals. If you know of any other Pit Bull or dog friendly units, please let us know so we can help others.
CREATE A RESUME FOR YOU & YOUR DOG(S)
The goal of the Dog Resume is to highlight all the positive things about you and your dogs. The more personal you can make it, the better. Let your perspective landlord get to know you and create a personal connection.
Einhorn Insurance strongly recommends you check out Save A Bull’s quick and easy Dog Resume Builder – Click Here to Create a Dog Resume
Some things you may want to include about yourself:
- What you do for work.
- Why you love this specific rental. Landlords love it when you compliment their property.
- Do you do any volunteer work?
- What organizations are you affiliated with?
- Talk about how you obey dog laws within your city, town, county and/or state. Discuss these laws and describe how you follow them.
Some things you may want to include about your dog(s):
- How long have you had them?
- How old are they?
- Are they potty trained and if so, how long have they been potty trained.
- Talk about how they are not just dogs, but family members.
- Let them know you carry dog liability insurance.
- Are you willing to provide a larger pet deposit?
- Did you rescue your dogs and have they been behavior tested?
- What do your dogs like to do for fun?
- Does your dog have a favorite food, toy or treat?
- Do they go for yearly check-ups?
- How often do they get flea treatments?
MAKE A DOG PORTFOLIO
A portfolio about you and your dog(s) shows your prospective landlord that you’re an organized and responsible person. A portfolio will also show that your dog isn’t just a “dog,” but also a part of your family.
Here are a few items to include in your portfolio:
- A Dog Resume
- Letters from your vet and/or dog trainer about your dog.
- Vet records showing they are spayed, neutered and are up to date on shots.
- Any paperwork showing your dog has attended training or if they have a Canine Good Citizen Certificate.
- Letter from a past landlord saying what great tenants you make. If they don’t want to write a letter, ask if they can be used as a reference.
- Breed Statistics from the American Temperament Test Society showing your dog’s breed scores much higher than other breeds. http://atts.org/breed-statistics/
- A prescription from a doctor showing your dog is a therapy dog, emotional support dog or service dog. You can even get your dog registered on the National Service Animal Registry and show the landlord their service dog vest and Service Animal ID Card. http://www.nsarco.com/index.html A landlord IS NOT allowed to ask what your disability is or why you need a service animal. You do not need to disclose this if you don’t want to.
DOES YOUR DOG QUALIFY TO BE A SERVICE OR EMOTIONAL SUPPORT DOG?
According to the Fair Housing Amendments Act of 1988, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, people with disabilities (whether these disabilities are visible or can’t be seen), have the right to keep emotional support animals, even when a landlord’s policy explicitly prohibits pets. To read more about Service Dogs and Emotional Support Dogs and to see if you qualify, check out Emotional Support, Service and Therapy Dogs. Additionally, you are not required to disclose your disability.
We hope the above information and tips are helpful. If you would like a quote for dog or pit bull liability insurance, please visit http://einhorninsurance.com/dangerous-dog-liability-insurance/ and click the GET A QUOTE button.
Einhorn Insurance can help renters with dog and canine liability insurance in the following states: California, South Carolina, North Carolina, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Delaware, Connecticut, New York and Massachusetts.