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Old 09-02-2009, 07:57 AM
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My husband and I are relocating out of state and want to live in the MidCities area. (We lived in Hurst a few years ago) Our baby is a 2 year old Pit Bull. She's very mild mannered and laid back, gone through obedience school, up to date on shots, spayed, and potty-trained. I've read that it's good to create a "doggy-resume" which I've done and have references from previous (and current) landlord plus a reference letter from our vet. It seems virtually impossible for us to be able to find an apartment or lease that will allow us to keep her with us. Sending her away is not an option. We've nothing to hide, and don't want to "sneak" her in to a place that doesn't allow aggressive breeds. I'm working on purchasing renters insurance to back us up even more!

Anyone know of any apartments or landlords that allow APBTs?
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