What’s up everybody, Alex Smith here, from gkhouses, Chattanooga. It’s another edition of, “Questions Owners Ask.” Today’s question is, “Do you allow dangerous pet breeds?”
The answer is, “No,” and the restrictions that we have come from, like, gkhouse’s insurance policy, it’s likely that your homeowner’s insurance policy, especially if it’s, you know, like, geared towards renters,
it’s probably gonna have the same breeds listed in here, and I’ll read those out to you now.
So, the breeds that are prohibited include, but are not limited to: German Shepherds, Pit bulls, American Pit Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Doberman Pinschers, Rottweilers, Chow Chows, Akitas, Siberian Huskies, and Malamutes and a partridge in a pear tree.
These are pretty much the usual, you know, suspects that you’re gonna find on a list kind of like this.
There are some ways around this, potentially, if you wanted to go that route.
And, what we require is $300,000 in insurance liability coverage, with you the owner listed as additionally insured.
That’s what we require from the tenant if they’re trying to rent with one of these breeds, and, you know, and you’re okay with allowing one of these breeds in your house.
Obviously, that’s not our call, we would ask you about that kind of thing.
Then, yeah, I would definitely check your homeowner’s insurance policy to see if, you know, have a clause like that in there if you’re interested in potentially renting to somebody with one of those breeds.
That’s pretty much it, this has been another edition of “Questions Owners Ask.” Thanks, everybody. See ya.