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Do you allow pets?

Last updated September 2, 2022

No, PadSplit does not allow pets of any kind.

Service and Emotional Support Animals are not considered pets and will be allowed in PadSplit homes, if approved. Service and Emotional Support Animals MUST be registered with PadSplit before you begin your PadSplit stay. To begin the approval and registration process for a service or emotional support animal, please contact PadSplit Support prior to booking a room. Bringing an unregistered animal onto PadSplit premises could subject your Membership to termination. 

 

Only 1 registered animal per Member is allowed. When in common spaces within the PadSplit home, animals must be leashed and may be required to be muzzled. The animal shall never be inside the PadSplit home unaccompanied by the Member. The owner shall maintain control of the animal at all times. This is for the protection and well-being of other household members. The support animal must be current on all vaccinations, including rabies vaccinations. The member must provide proof of these vaccinations when they register the animal with PadSplit. 

 

Due to the potential threat to other members of the house, PadSplit does not allow certain dog breeds. Although we reserve the right to exercise our discretion on which breeds will be prohibited, as a rule, dangerous dog breeds are not allowed. Dangerous breeds include but are not limited to pit bulls, American bully, pit bull mixes, doberman pinschers, bulldogs, huskies, malamute, and mastiffs. 


The Member is responsible for cleaning up any messes and paying for any damages related to the registered animal. The registered animal must not produce excess noise. Failure to abide by these rules can result in a key removal for the Member.

 

 
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