Pet Friendly Rental Properties in Alaska (7)

   
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Studio Unit/1 Bath - Apartment for Rent - $795

1336 W 23rd Ave

Anchorage, AK 99503
$795/mo

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1 Bed/1 Bath - Apartment for Rent - $1100

337 E. 4th Ave.

Anchorage, AK 99501
$870/mo

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4 Bed/2 Bath - Duplex for Rent - $1950

11347 Borealis St # A

Eagle River, AK 99577
$1,950/mo

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1 Bed/1.5 Bath - House for Rent - $165

23399 Kasilof River Road

Kasilof, AK 99630
$165/mo

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2 Bed/1 Bath - Apartment $1200

1920 E 72nd

Anchorage, AK 99507
$1,200/mo

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3 Bed/1 Bath - Apartment $1275

5306 Taku Drive

Anchorage, AK 99508
$1,275/mo

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1 Bed/1 Bath - Apartment $850

5215 E. 26th Avenue

Anchorage, AK 99508
$850/mo

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You, Your Dog and Alaska:

If you are craving adventure or if you simply want to live in a place that easily puts the wilderness at your front door, Alaska may seem like a natural choice for you. However, before you move up to find the apartment or condo of your dreams, think about whether it is a great choice for your pet. Whether you own a cat or a dog, you need to consider first how to get it to the Land of the Midnight Sun, and then you need to think about how the landlord is going to feel about your beloved pet.

First, consider where you are moving. If you are moving to Juneau or to Anchorage, these are mid-size cities that offer you a lot of options. If one landlord does not welcome your animal, you are sure to find another one who does. However, because rents do fluctuate all year round depending on the tourism, consider calling around as soon as you know you want to find a good apartment for rent. Houses tend to be a little more forgiving in terms of pets, but you should always make sure that pets are going to be accepted before you leave your current home.

The further you go from the citiy, the more likely it is that your pet will be accepted without question. While you'll receive plenty of caution about keeping your pet inside during inclement weather, there is no reason to think that you cannot get lodging for yourself and for your beloved animal companion.

Though it is very easy to get a verbal agreement on having a pet live with you, make sure that you get it in writing as well. It is very easy to make a verbal agreement and then to point that it wasn't actually in the lease, so make sure that your pet is protected in this way. Ask the landlord to make an addition to the lease and to initial it clearly.

When you are thinking about getting a loft in Anchorage or lake house in a smaller city, you'll discover that Alaska has a lot to offer. It has some of the most beautiful natural settings in the United States, and it is a hunter's paradise. If you have sporting animals, you'll discover that you'll be joining a large community of like-minded people. This might be the adventure that you have always been waiting for.

Remember that you can always search online when you are starting the hunt. RentalAds.com is one place to start, as you can easily sort through the landlords in the area using the specifications that you designate. Plenty of landlords can be contacted through a simple click of your mouse, so don't miss out on this helpful resource.