Pet Policy

Pet Policy

Pets are allowed in most of our properties and generally without size restriction; however, there are some exceptions such as excessive quantities and aggressive breeds. 

A $250 non-refundable pet fee will be charged for each pet. Pet rent in the amount of $25 per month per pet will be charged; however, the pet rent for the first pet may be waived. Some owners may make our standard pet fees more expensive for their individual property. Please call to verify pet fees for a specific property.

Dogs must be at least 1 year old. All animals must be spayed or neutered. Landlord may require photographs and proof of age and / or breed at its discretion. 

Most properties allow 2 pets. Some owners may make our restrictions more strict for an individual property. Please call to verify that your pets will be allowed in a specific property. 

Pets other than dogs and cats will be evaluated on a case by case basis. 

We consider the following dog breeds and behavioral patterns aggressive, and they will not be allowed:

Pit Bull and all other “Bully” type dogs,

Staffordshire Bull Terrier,

American Bull Terrier,



Doberman Pinscher,


Presa Canario,

Dogo Argentino,

Wolf Hybrid,

any mix of the above, and any dog that demonstrates a propensity for or has a history of dominance or aggressive behavior to include unprovoked barking, growling, or snarling; aggressively running along fence lines; biting, scratching or chasing; or escaping confinement. Any other dog breed that is difficult for an untrained person to differentiate from a disallowed breed will not be allowed; mixes of disallowed breeds will not be allowed. Landlord may require AKC / NKC paperwork on any dog at its discretion. 

The aforementioned is a list for illustration purposes and should not be deemed to be an exhaustive list. The determination of whether a dog is aggressive and whether a dog is an aggressive breed is in the sole discretion of the Landlord, regardless of any documentation to the contrary provided by the applicant, and Landlord may refuse any pet in its sole discretion. Landlord reserves the right to require a face to face meeting with any animal before a determination is made as to whether the animal will be allowed but shall not be obligated to do so. 

Exceptions to the maximum number of pets may be granted on a case by case basis, at Landlord’s discretion, only after an application has been submitted and background check has been run.

We are a dedicated fair housing advocates, and will consider all reasonable accommodation requests. If you have an assistive animal used to help with a medical disability, you may be exempt from the above requirements. However, we will prosecute if fraud or misrepresentation occurs, and will act in accordance with Colorado House Bill 16-1308 signed into law on 03/29/2016 which defines the legal and financial penalties for misrepresenting a pet as an assistive animal in the state of Colorado.