How To Write A Pet Resume For Your New Landlord

  • 25/02/2018
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So, you’ve been looking for your dream house or apartment, and you’re so close to finding one that you love. However, there are some things that can stand in the way, most notably, pet requirements. So you can maximise your chances of your landlord accepting your pet, here’s how to write a comprehensive pet resume.

Include the Basic Information

To start off your pet resume, you’ll need to make sure that you include all the basic information you have so your landlord has minimal questions to ask. For example, you’ll need to include their name, their age and a photo is also highly recommended.

Attach a Photo

It’s always a good idea to attach a photo of your pet. This is a great way for your landlord to judge what kind of pet you have, especially if you include the cutest photo you have.

Don’t Forget Specifics

At the end of the day, the landlord reading your pet resume is going to want to know the specific details about your pet, so they can make a judgement about whether or not it’s acceptable for their property.

In this section, you’re going to need to include information on the breed of pet that you have. Additionally, you’ll want to mention the size and weight so the landlord can judge the suitability of your pet, as well as the gender.

Include Training Information

In most cases, a landlord is going to want to know about the level of training that your pet has. If you have a cat, you’re going to want to talk about litter training and whether the cat is an outdoor or indoor pet.

However, this point is more important if you have a dog. If your dog has been trained to a certain level, be sure to mention it as it can dramatically increase your chances of the landlord accepting your pet. Don’t forget to edit your resume to perfection using tools like UK Writings.

Don’t Forget Your Contact Information

Although you may be handing in your pet resume with your renting application, sometimes a landlord may want to get in touch with you to ask you something about your pet. If they can’t get hold of you, they may simply dismiss your application.

On your pet resume, be sure to include your name and your contact information in the header, so it’s easy to identify and allows a landlord to get in touch. If you’re struggling to include everything, you can also use copywriting tools like Oxessays to write one on your behalfs.

Conclusion

As you can see, there are a couple of things you’ll need to remember to include when it comes to your pet resume. Try to include as much information as you can to stop the chance of the landlord asking any questions, and you’ll maximise your chances of being accepted.

AUTHOR BIO:

"Gloria Kopp is a blog writer and editor at Paper Fellows. She writes Studydemic educational blog for international students and is a contributing author at Boomessays."

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