Oceanside, CA asked in Animal / Dog Law for California

Q: So I live in a mobile home park and I have a dog , a Doberman , yet other people around me have dogs as well .

He wants to see my paper for my dog and as well he wants me to keep my dog inside 24/7 but I have to let him out for the restroom . He gave me a contract to sign but I ain’t going to sign it saying things I have to obey with my dog . He said if I don’t show my registration of my dog he will kick me out

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William John Light
William John Light
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  • Animal & Dog Law Lawyer
  • Riverside, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: I'm not sure what your question is. Your landlord cannot discriminate against you if you have an emotional support dog or a service dog. You have not indicated that your dog qualifies.

Whether your landlord's "contract" is allowed may depend on the terms of your rental agreement. Landlords have a duty to maintain safe premises and a habitable environment for all tenants. This would likely include a duty to regulate the presence of dogs on the property.

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