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Bill launched to get rid of “no pet clause”.

Published: 22/01/2021

The Dogs and Domestic Animals (Accommodation and Protection) Bill is due for a second reading on the 29th January at the House of Commons. This Bill will seek to prevent landlords from restricting pets in rental properties.

Conservative MP Andrew Rosindell’s Dogs and Domestic Animals (Accommodation and Protection) Bill has already passed its first reading and builds on a commitment already made by the government to give “responsible and caring” tenants the right to live with a pet.

The Bill will make pet owners pass a test of responsible ownership including certificate from a vet before moving in confirming that they have a healthy, well-behaved animal and are considered to be a responsible owner.