How Can Landlords Deal with Animal Hoarders

Animal hoarding refers to a person’s act of keeping an unmanageable number of pets. It can be difficult for property-owners to have these kind of people as tenants as the behavior can pose numerous hazards not only to the hoarders but everyone around them as well.

Landlords can avoid having to deal with animal hoarders by doing a background check before admitting a tenant. However, if you already have one in your building or property, you can avoid evicting them by referring them to hoarding mitigation specialists.
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