Angela Colley reports:
"Pet resumes might be the next big trend in renting. And even if a potential landlord doesn’t ask for a CV for your canine, you might want to have one ready...Not all landlords are asking for pet resumes, but more renters are getting them. Cathy Klein, a professional designer who creates professional pet resumes through the aptly named PetResumes.net, has received requests from all over the country, particularly in California, Texas, Pennsylvania, and Maryland. And they aren't just for large dogs...Even if the landlord doesn't request it, being prepped could set you apart from the pack. 'If an applicant provided me with this information without being prompted, it would speed up the screening process and make me feel more comfortable with the applicant—thereby increasing their chances of getting accepted,' said Lucas Hall, chief community manager at Cozy.co and an experienced landlord himself. To start your pet's resume, get the basics in order. Hall recommends all resumes start with this information:
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