Are you wanting to rent a house in Tasmania and have pets? Perhaps you are a landlord and are considering letting a tenant have pets in your property. The short answer is that in Tasmania you can't charge a pet bond. You are only entitled to charge a bond equal to 4 weeks rental regardless of whether the tenant has a pet or not.
Our dog Charlie loves to run at the park or beach. If you are moving to Tasmania or buying property in Tasmania and you have a dog then you are probably interested to know how the local councils manage animals and what facilities they provide. I have linked below to the exercise areas for each council in Tasmania.
Betsssssy via Compfight cc Photo Credit: Betsssssy via Compfight cc Today we continue with Karen and Gene's move to Tasmania story. You can read Part 1 here. Moving Week The house and [...]
Today is the first day of Spring in Tasmania - and it has brought some much needed rain in Hobart and cooler weather than we have enjoyed over the past few weeks. Despite the good [...]
Photo Credit: mamnaimie via Compfight cc The Australian Government Department of Agriculture has released new guidelines for the importation of dogs, cats and other animals into Australia. The good news is, that in [...]
Photo Credit: mamnaimie via Compfight cc There are a number of things to consider when you are moving with pets and particularly when moving to a new state or country. Quarantine If [...]
Our dog Charlie loves to run at the park or beach. We got lucky with the location of our new house in Sandy Bay as there is an off leash dog park at the end [...]
Our dog Charlie at Point Puer, Port Arthur Are you wanting to rent a house in Tasmania and have pets? Perhaps you are a landlord and are considering letting a tenant have [...]