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Pet-Friendly Housing & Realtors

With a little research, you can find the perfect home for both you and your pets.

Rental Housing

ApartmentList.com

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MyApartmentMap: Pet Friendly Rental Search

Pet Friendly Apartments NYC

Pet Friendly Living

Rent.com: Pet Friendly Apartments Search

SeniorAdvisor.com: Assisted Living in New York, NY

Zumper.com: New York Pet Friendly Apartments for Rent

Realtors

If you need help finding pet-friendly housing in New York City, you can contact the following realtors for assistance:

Donna Bradbury, Licensed Real Estate Salesperson

Citi Habitats, 400 East 84th Street | New York, NY 10028

Phone: (212) 434-5207 or (917) 565-4328

E-mail: dbradbury@citihabitats.com

Web: www.petfriendlyapartmentsnyc.com

Ellen Kapit, Associate Broker

TOWN West Village, 446 West 14th Street, New York, NY 10014

Phone: (646) 790-2614 or (917) 620-3445

E-mail:ekapit@townrealestate.com

Web: www.townrealestate.com

Housing Legal Resources

The Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals provides free tenant advocacy for people with pet-related landlord issues. If your landlord is telling you to remove your pet, please contact us at (347) 938-7692 or matt@AnimalAllianceNYC.org.

Legal Resources for People with Pets

Other Resources

4 Tips for Finding Cat-Friendly Housing in Competitive Market

by Whitney C. Harris, Catster

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

How to Rent Pet Friendly Apartments

by Zumper.com

Do You Have a Doctor's Note? Getting a Dog Into a No-Pet Building

by Susan Stellin, The New York Times

Friday, September 27, 2013

Not Without My Pet: Pet Friendly Housing Hunting Tips for New York City

by Susan Stellin, The New York Times

Thursday, December 15, 2011