As the owner of a rental property, you make the rules. The lease you draw up for a prospective tenant outlines the conditions of occupancy you want observed. You can determine what bills the tenant is responsible for during the lease period, and whether or not the tenant can make physical changes to your property. You also can dictate whether or not the tenant is allowed to have pets. Often, a landlord will opt to include a "no-pet" clause in a lease. Pet dander and other smells can be challenging to clean up, but there are other considerations. If your Tenant's dog bites a visitor to the property, you could be responsible.

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