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Pet Friendly Apartments near Florida State University

Pet Friendly Apartments Near FSU

Congratulations on your new adventure as a student at Florida State University! We know that moving away from home to attend school is fun and exciting, yet it can also be new and a bit intimidating. Coming home to a loving, furry companion may make you feel more at home in your new digs. If you have a pet or are considering adopting one, rest assured that there are several pet-friendly apartments near FSU.

Pet Friendly Apartments near FSU - Policies and Fees

Many apartments near FSU welcome pets with open arms, however, there are often restrictions and limitations that you should be aware of as you're looking for your new home. You may run into breed and size restrictions, such as a maximum weight limit of 30 pounds or excluded breeds such as pit bulls or boxers. Some communities may also limit the number of pets per apartment, such as a two or three pet maximum.

Pet-friendly apartments near FSU may require a pet deposit upon move-in. Deposits can be refundable or non-refundable, and those that are refundable are based on the conditions of the apartment upon move-out. If Pongo saw a squirrel outside and accidentally tore up the blinds trying to catch a peak, this is something that the apartment community will have to replace with your deposit. Some apartments may opt for a monthly fee instead of or in addition to the deposit, and some communities may not even charge a fee at all! Before signing a lease, be sure to check into the possible limitations and requirements you may face.

When searching for pet-friendly apartments in Tallahassee, be sure to also keep the needs of your furry friend in mind. What type of amenities will be beneficial for your pet? If you have a cat, you may want an open window facing the sun or a beautiful balcony. If you have a dog, you may want your new community to have a dog park or a nature trail for walks and games of fetch.

Do you have a roommate or are you thinking about getting one? Use roommate matching as a way to make sure they're also comfortable with pets. Maybe they even have a furry friend of their own that could join on puppy play dates!

Frequently Asked Questions

Do student housing apartments near FSU allow pets?

More and more student housing apartments are beginning to allow pets. If the student housing apartment you are interested in doesn't allow pets, there are plenty of conventional apartments near campus that are pet friendly that you can consider as well. No matter what type of housing you choose, it's important to be respectful of of your roommate(s) space. Consider having a conversation with them upon move-in regarding boundaries and what areas are off-limits for pets in the apartment.

Do apartments near FSU charge monthly pet rent?

No matter what apartment you choose to call home, you can count on paying a pet deposit prior to moving in. Most apartments also charge a monthly pet rent. This varies at every property, but you can expect to pay between $25-$50 per pet every month. Be sure to ask the leasing team to thoroughly explain their pet policies and fees prior to signing a lease.

What breed restrictions can I expect at apartments near FSU?

Most apartments include dog breed restrictions in their pet policy. The restrictions may be slightly different at each apartment as they are decided by their property insurance policy. The most common breed restrictions include Pit Bulls, German Shepherds, Chows, and Rottweilers, although this list is not all-inclusive.

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