by Paul Willis
As apartment operators slowly abandon antiquated pet policies in favor of forward-thinking procedures that reflect the preferences of the modern-day renter, they must make certain not to alienate the non-pet owner demographic.
But according to recently released data, pet owners and non-pet owners tend to agree on several issues that conventional wisdom suggests they’d typically be divided on. Contrary to what many might believe, non-pet owners are largely comfortable with pets at a community, and, like pet owners, are not particularly passionate about breed or weight restrictions. The sides also tend to agree that irresponsible pet behavior, and pet owner behavior, should carry consequences.
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