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Mobile Vet Care Is Great For
- Pet parents with busy schedules a lack of transportation
- Anxious, fragile, and senior pets
- Pets who need in-home end-of-life care
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Frequently Asked Questions
Yes, you can live in Brooklyn with a dog. Brooklyn is typically a little bit slower pace than other boroughs in New York City, like Manhattan. As a result, you won’t be as stressed about your pets well-being.
If the tenant has kept a pet “openly” and “notoriously,” if the landlord or his agent has known of the pet for three months or more, and if the landlord does not begin a court case to enforce the no-pet clause, then according to the Pet Law, a landlord is deemed to have waived his right to enforce a no-pet clause.
Certain Brooklyn neighborhoods like Brooklyn Heights, Williamsburg, and Park Slope are known to be dog-friendly neighborhoods.
There are plenty of parks that allow dogs in Brooklyn. One of the biggest ones is Prospect Park which offers acres of green fields for off-leash hours (6am - 9am and 9pm - 1am). Spaces include Long Meadow (except the ballfields), Nethermead ,and Peninsula Meadow. There’s even a place to swim - Dog Beach. Dogs must be leashed at all other times.
There are some landlords that may charge a rent fee for a pet and there are no New York or federal laws that prohibit such practices. However, if someone with a disability has a service animal, then charging a fee for the pet would violate the tenant's rights under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).