I have pets myself – a dog and a couple of cats (and bees, but they’re not really pets) – so I can appreciate how much a part of your family they really are.
Relocating them is not always an easy process, especially in London, where in many of the purpose-built apartment complexes, even if the landlord is pet-friendly, you may find your pet is not allowed due to a covenant in the Head Lease.
But don’t worry: I can find you a selection of pet friendly properties, because I’ll tailor my search criteria to make sure they are accommodated.
I’ll also help and advise you on necessary travel and legal arrangements, to make sure you comply with all the regulations and your pet has as comfortable and quick a transition as possible. And having pets myself, I can advise about dog-friendly areas to live, places to take your dog for a walk, pet-friendly cafe’s, vets and a whole host of other day-to-day practicalities too.
Because your pet is part of your family.
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