When you are approved for a support animal
-Support animals must follow the same reasonable rules that apply to pets as far as waste, leash restrictions damage, noise and safety.
– GCC partners may have some say in setting limits on size, species, breed and number of support animals. Example: a single cat as a support animal is reasonable, whereas five cats might easily be considered unreasonable.
-We will not charge pet deposits or pet fees because we don’t consider support animals as pets.
-GCC Partners can still write warnings, deliver official notices or even evict the tenant and support animal for things like excessive noise, property damage, behavior problems or whenever the support animal might threaten the safety of other tenants.
*Warning: An ESA registry is a site that asks for money to confirm that you have a registered emotional support animal. This is not required by law and should not be done. If any company or website states that registration is required, they should not be trusted. Use of these services will likely result in your request being denied. The only way to qualify your pet as an official ESA is to qualify for a legitimate ESA letter from an ESA doctor (such as a psychologist) or licensed therapist (LMFT, LPC, etc.). States ore now cracking down on non-legitimate service and support animal claims. See how HERE.