Pet & Animal Policies

Each property owner has different requirements regarding pets. Some owners will allow pets and some will not. Each rental listing says if pets are considered or not allowed. If your rental considers pets it probably won’t be an issue to have a pet. Usually, there is an increase in rent and in the Security Deposit. We also require 1-4 pet inspections per year, at the cost of the tenant ($10-$40 per month). If the listing is NO PETS then it will not be allowed. If pets are considered, you will need to submit an approval request form and a profile for each pet so we can get it approved by the owner.

  • No Pets or Animals

    Please submit an application through our website at www.renteclipse.com

  • Household Pets

    Each property owner has different requirements regarding pets. Some owners will allow pets and some will not. Each rental listing says if pets are considered or not allowed. If your rental considers pets it probably won’t be an issue to have a pet. Usually, there is an increase in rent and in the Security Deposit. We also require 1-4 pet inspections per year, at the cost of the tenant ($10-$40 per month). If the listing is NO PETS then it will not be allowed. If pets are considered, you will need to submit an approval request form and a profile for each pet so we can get it approved by the owner.

  • Assistance Animals

    This is a required review process for anyone with a non-obvious disability and disability-related need for an assistance animal. This process provides a HIPAA compliant and secure way of submitting a reasonable accommodation request for an assistance animal (service animals, emotional support animals, companion animals, etc.) that will be reviewed by a third-party legal review team to ensure the accommodation request meets HUD’s Fair Housing Act guidelines. There is no cost ($0) to you to submit an accommodation request. Please make sure you are aware of your State’s laws, if any, for submitting a fraudulent accommodation request. You must have a disability and have a medical professional submit paperwork indicating the service animal directly helps you with your disability. Once we’ve received all the paperwork and you’ve completed the pet profile, we will evaluate your request and let you know if the service animal is allowed. You must receive authorization from us before allowing a service animal in your rental unit.

* NOTICE TO ALL RESIDENTS & APPLICANTS: Everyone must complete the screening process. This is not only for pet and animal owners but also for residents and applicants that DO NOT own a pet or animal.
Addenda and Documents
  • Pet Approval Request Form
  • Service Animal Approval Request Form
  • Service Animal Reasonable Accommodation Request Medical Support Form
Pet & Animal Policy

Pets:

Each property owner has different requirements regarding pets. Some owners will allow pets and some will not. Each rental listing says if pets are considered or not allowed. If your rental considers pets it probably won’t be an issue to have a pet. Usually, there is an increase in rent and in the Security Deposit. We also require 1-4 pet inspections per year, at the cost of the tenant ($10-$40 per month). If the listing is NO PETS then it will not be allowed. If pets are considered, you will need to submit an approval request form and a profile for each pet so we can get it approved by the owner.oval request form and a profile for each pet so we can get it approved by the owner.

Tenant agrees to the following:
Photo​​ – A photo of the pet must be submitted to Eclipse Property Management.
Increased Rent​​ – $50.00 per month, per pet, starting on the date of pet move in.
Security Deposit ​​​ ​​Additional $100 increase to Security Deposit, per pet.
Pet Inspections​​ - 1-4 pet inspections per year will be conducted by Landlord depending on pet
screening profile submitted by Tenant. Tenant will pay $10-$40 per month for pet inspections
depending on how many are required by Landlord.
Single Pet​​ – Only the pet listed above is authorized. Additional pets must have individual approval.
Aggression ​​​ ​​No animals with a history of aggression are permitted.
Laws​​ – Tenant agrees to comply with all applicable governmental laws and regulations.
Licensing & Vaccination​​ – Tenant must keep pet Licensed and Vaccinated as required by Law.
Cleanup ​​​ ​​Tenant agrees to clean and properly dispose of all pet waste, and prevent odors.
Damages​​ – Must be immediately repaired, cleaned and/or replaced at the Tenant's expense.
Liability ​​– Tenant is solely responsible for the entire amount of any injury to any person or property
caused by the pet, and shall indemnify Landlord/Owner for all damages, including but not limited to, any
costs or attorney’s fees resulting from such incidents and/or resulting dispute and/or litigation.
Nuisance to Others​​ – Noise, aggression, odors, or other disruptions to neighbors will be grounds for
the Landlord’s withdrawal of permission, after which the Tenant will have to remove the pet immediately
and permanently. Failure to do so is grounds for eviction.
● Breeding​​ – Prohibited

Service Animals:

Service Animals are accepted with the proper documentation. You must have a disability and have a medical professional submit paperwork indicating the service animal directly helps you with your disability. Once we’ve received all the paperwork and you’ve completed the pet profile, we will evaluate your request and let you know if the service animal is allowed. You must receive authorization from us before allowing a service animal in your rental unit.

Tenant agrees to the following:
Photo– A photo of the service animal must be submitted to Eclipse Property Management.
Single Animal– Only the animal listed above is authorized. Additional animals must have individual approval.
Aggression ​ ​No animals with a history of aggression are permitted.
Laws– Tenant agrees to comply with all applicable governmental laws and regulations.
Licensing & Vaccination– Tenant must keep animal Licensed and Vaccinated as required by Law.
Cleanup ​ ​Tenant agrees to clean and properly dispose of all animal waste, and prevent odors.
Damages– Must be immediately repaired, cleaned and/or replaced at the Tenant's expense.
Liability – Tenant is solely responsible for the entire amount of any injury to any person or property
caused by the animal, and shall indemnify Landlord/Owner for all damages, including but not limited to,
any costs or attorney’s fees resulting from such incidents and/or resulting dispute and/or litigation.
Nuisance to Others– Noise, aggression, odors, or other disruptions to neighbors will be grounds for
the Landlord’s withdrawal of permission, after which the Tenant will have to remove the animal immediately and permanently.
● Breeding– Prohibited