Everyone is looking for that extra curb appeal when trying to rent or sell their place — a certain wow factor that pushes people to sign the contract. According to People Pets, John and Sara Kanive found theirs in a photobomb-loving dog named Otis.
While Otis is trying to hide in these pictures, the big dog is still pretty easy to spot. Otis is a Great Dane–German Shepherd mix that weighs 90 pounds. But John told People Pets that the impressive canine still insists he's a lapdog.
Otis appears to have a promising future in photobombing, but the pooch has a bevy of other hobbies. His owners say Otis loves to cuddle, play fetch and keep track of the neighborhood happenings through the window. Hopefully, he will make his house-selling services available to the public in the future.
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Otis may have helped to sell this house, but pets can be an issue when you are the one moving. Here are a few important issues to keep in mind:
- Prepare a pet résumé for your furry friend before your search so you can show landlords and realtors that your pet is healthy and well-behaved.
- Be up front about having an animal, instead of hiding it until later.
- Offering to pay an additional security deposit for your pet can be a helpful way to encourage landlords who are unsure about the damage an animal may cause.
- When you do find a new place for you and your furry friend, make sure to be a good neighbor by picking up after your pet and keeping them quiet and content.
For more pet-related house-hunting tips, visit Naked Apartments.
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