Renter’s Advice and Resources

Renter’s Advice and Resources

Great Pets for Renters That Aren’t Dogs or Cats

Teresa Bergen

 · Mar 15, 2022

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Maybe you dream of breeding Saint Bernards or running your own reindeer farm – but while you’re living in an apartment, those aspirations had best stay on hold.

If the privacy and solitude you once craved in apartment life grows old and you start to feel a bit lonely, a simple solution is to add a pet to the family.

Cassie Damewood

 · Aug 2, 2018

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A bird, as an apartment pet, has requirements to be happy and healthy. Consider the items below as you decide if a bird companion will be right for you and your place. Company and Playtime Birds require time with their human parent. Even small birds that are not tamed still need company. If the bird […]

Staff Writer

 · Sep 1, 2009

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Finding pet friendly rentals is a must for animal lovers who rent. Since finding the right pet friendly condo or apartment that also meets your other needs can take a little extra effort, you want to be sure to follow the rules so you can stay there a long time. Most pet friendly apartments and […]

Staff Writer

 · Jul 30, 2009

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Cities can be tough for bird lovers. On one hand, birds are everywhere. We see them flying in the sky, on the street and in trees. On the other hand, you might feel like the only urban birds you ever see are pigeons. Let’s face it — it’s hard to get excited about pigeons. But even in the most densely populated cities, you can find more species of birds than you might think. New York City, one of the most densely populated urban centers in the country, boasts red-tailed hawks and wild turkeys. One of the best ways to acquaint yourself with the avian life of your city is to have a birdfeeder. If you’re lucky enough to have a garden, yard or balcony, having a birdfeeder is easy, inexpensive and can add character to your apartment.

aptsherpa

 · Jul 23, 2007

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