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University vs dog - June 22nd 2020, 12:31 AM

So Iím moving and my parents told me that since Iíll be at a CSU next yearish, I was to find my dog a temporary home and get her when I move out. We were on thin ice for having three dogs in the new home and four was too much.

This would be fine if there was a 100% chance if I was going to get in to the State Uni in my town, since I was told I just needed to hold a job for a year. But the acceptance rate it 72% and I have back up schools out of town, hours away.

Dorms in California donít allow non service dogs and I figured it would be really hard to get an apartment in a town I donít know, especially if I havenít worked there. I could leave her for another year, but it could be hard to find her a temporary home.

I donít know what to do? Is it possible to get an apartment in another town without working there for a year? Itís seems like some people do it, but idk how



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Re: University vs dog - June 22nd 2020, 07:11 AM

Hi there,

Firstly, I would like to say it's an amazing thing what you're doing and that you are prepared to look after your service dog. I don't have much advice to give but the only thing I can say is to take as much time as you can to look around to ensure you and your dog will be comfortable and that you won't be breaking any rules. Asking around might also help with finding the right place.


   
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Re: University vs dog - June 24th 2020, 04:45 AM

Update: looks like we aren’t moving yet so I can keep my doggo for a bit longer.


Still would like to know how to move towns in case I go to uni in another town



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