DTLA residents who are ready to ADOPT A DOG

Are you a DTLA LOFT resident looking to ADOPT A DOG?

3 Ball Entertainment is currently casting the second season of “FINDING FIDO.” Finding Fido is all about matchmaking—only instead of human couples, host Seth Casteel is pairing people with pooches! Seth will provide expert advice to help you choose the best dog for your lifestyle.

We are looking for DTLA residents who are ready to ADOPT A DOG this summer and live in a LOFT for our “downtown dog” episode. If you do not live in a loft, you are still welcome to apply!

Here’s a link to our show:http://www.zliving.com/findingfido

Please apply by emailing findingfidoseason2

Include your Name, Contact number, Location, Type of home you live in (example: 1bedroom, 2 bedroom, loft), Why you want to adopt a dog now, and how having a dog can improve your health an wellness.

*We are only casting for 1 more week! If you are interested, please apply today. Interviews will be done easily by phone/online.

Please share this with anyone you think may be interested. We are working hard to get our dogs adopted Any help to spread the word would be much appreciated! 🙂

Pet Friendly Downtown Los Angeles #petfriendly #dtla

Corey,  Are you aware of any apartment buildings downtown that will accept a Rottweiler?  Thank you.  —  Kevin P.

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Hi Kevin, Thank you for your email. While there are no buildings that are guaranteed to accept a Rottweiler, there are several that are more likely. The most pet-friendly buildings are listed in the LA Loft Blog at https://laloftblog.com/?s=pet and the buildings at the top of the list are most likely to accept a Rottweiler and other aggressive breeds provided that the dog is well-behaved.  —  Corey Chambers

Get a free list of pet friendly lofts, condos and apartments for lease. Fill out the online form:

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Emotional Support Animals – They're Not Pets Any More – They Can Go Most Anywhere

While Downtown LA is altogether very pet friendly for an urban setting, there are various size, weight and breed restrictions, along with a few bans on pets altogether at loft buildings, condos and apartments for rent. But those restrictions are no match for the ADA.

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The place where pets are the least welcome would possibly be Bunker Hill Tower at 800 W 1st Street, a no pets building. But even there, several pooches and pussy cats live as service dogs and emotional support animals.

The protections offered by the Americans with Disabilities Act are so broad and strong that dogs, cats and other animals are often placed above humans.  Disabled school children now have the right to bring a dog to class, and, if other students are allergic, then the allergic students must leave so that the service dog can stay in the classroom. Some say the animals have too much protection and that it is too easy to get certifications.

Dogs and cats are not the only protected animals. Service pigs and emotional support alpacas share the same protections. Under the federal law, there is no need for the animal owner to show any proof of registration for the service apalca-emotional-supportanimal, but most owners realize that they should be able to provide evidence of registration just in case. Under the law, the person must have some kind of disability, but there is little or no proof of disability required. For the most legitimate service dog certifications, the animal is required to be trained to a high standard so that it does not bark excessively, follow commands reliably and sticks to its owner. The most questionable certifications can be purchased on eBay for $22.00 and have little or no requirements, but they have a legit appearance.

Now you can take your service pig on the airplane and bring your emotional support alpaca to the convenience store. Living with canines and felines at Bunker Hill Tower and other Downtown condo buildings should be a piece of cake.

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In general, the newer the building, the more pet-friendly it is.  Get all of the free info on new homes under construction near Downtown Los Angeles. Fill out the online form:

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Pet Friendly Downtown Los Angeles – Best Lofts for Dogs and Cats

Dogs have pretty much taken over Downtown Los Angeles.  As new parks are being built, puppies and pooches swarm in and take over. Alta Lofts, home of the L.A. Loft Blog, has lots of dogs running around, large and small, upstairs and downstairs.

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Even Downtown’s most anti-dog condo Bunker Hill Tower is home to about 3 or 4 of the fluffy pets — err service dogs.

Now we can have emotional support pretty much everywhere we go in Downtown, but there are some buildings that are more welcoming than others.  Here is a list:

Pet Friendly Buildings:

1100 Wilshire Blvd, 90017
Alta Lofts
 – 200 San Fernando Rd, 90031
Barker Block – 510 S Hewitt St & 530 S Hewitt St, 90013
Bartlett Building – 215 W 7th St, 90014
Beacon Lofts – 825 E 4th St, 90013
Biscuit Company – 1850 Industrial St, 90021
Eastern Columbia – 849 S Broadway, 90014
El Dorado Lofts – 416 S Spring St, 90015
Flower Street Lofts – 1130 S Flower St, 90015
Gallery Lofts – 120 S Hewitt St & 130 S Hewitt St, 90013
Higgins Building – 108 E 2nd St, 90012
Little Tokyo Lofts – 420 S San Pedro St, 90013
Molino Lofts – 500 Molino & 530 Molino St,  90013
Rowan Lofts – 460 S. Spring St, 90013
Santee Village – (See EckardtCornell and Textile)
SB Grand (Shybary Grand or Shy Barry Grand) – 312 W. 5th St, 90013
SB Tower Loft Rentals – 600 S Spring St, 90013
Textile Building – 315 E 8th St, 90014
Toy Factory – 1855 Industrial St, 90021
>> MORE

Today’s top of the L.A. Loft Blog charts is Pet-Friendly Downtown Los Angeles. This post will provide links to Free Pet Resources.

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Our dog has enjoyed living at Alta Lofts for three years now.  His name is Zzyzx the Wuppy, and he enjoys walking to Reyes River Greenway Park and Elysian Park every day. A feisty chihuahua mix, his favorite activity is to terrorize baby squirrels and pounce on unsuspecting lizards.  He also loves to charge big dogs and stalk coyotes to let them know that he’s not going to be easy prey. Wuppy will bravely defend his loft and his humans at any cost.

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When he’s not out and about, he enjoys running  up and down the stairs of his Alta loft with his toys. Zzyzx’s least favorite building in Downtown L.A. is Bunker Hill Tower because they have the strictest no-pet policy. He loves to be friended and to friend other Downtown pets on his Facebook page.

Pet Friendly Downtown Los Angeles Free Pet Resources – Dog and Cat Places: Lofts, Condos, Apartments, Stores, Parks

More resources are at https://laloftblog.com/?s=pet

Moving can be hard on everyone involved: adults, kids, and yes… even your pets! Tips on making the move easier for pets http://www.lacondoinfo.com/gc_pets

Get free information on the most pet-friendly buildings in Downtown Los Angeles. Fill out the online form:

Downtown is also home to the annual Dog Day at the Cathedral.

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Pet Friendly Downtown Los Angeles Lofts and Condos For Sale and For Lease

pet-loft-alta-wuppyToday’s top of the L.A. Loft Blog charts is Pet-Friendly Downtown Los Angeles. This post will provide links to Free Pet Resources.

Our dog has enjoyed living at Alta Lofts for three years now.  His name is Zzyzx the Wuppy, and he enjoys walking to Reyes River Greenway Park and Elysian Park every day. A feisty chihuahua mix, his favorite activity is to terrorize baby squirrels and pounce on unsuspecting lizards.  He also loves to charge big dogs and stalk coyotes to let them know that he’s not going to be easy prey. Wuppy will bravely defend his loft and his humans at any cost.

When he’s not out and about, he enjoys running  up and down the stairs of his Alta loft with his toys. Zzyzx’s least favorite building in Downtown L.A. is Bunker Hill Tower because they have the strictest no-pet policy. He loves to be friended and to friend other Downtown pets on his Facebook page.

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Pet-Friendy Lofts Downtown Los Angeles

More resources are at https://laloftblog.com/?s=pet

Moving can be hard on everyone involved: adults, kids, and yes… even your pets! Tips on making the move easier for pets http://www.lacondoinfo.com/gc_pets

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Pet-Friendly Downtown and Tips on Making the Move Easier on Your Pets

Dog-Friendly Downtown Los Angeles

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Get FREE Instant Access at www.LACondoInfo.com/gc_pets

dog-friendly-lofts-mk-eMost buildings in Downtown now accept a variety of pets.  Many new buildings and new parks have been added to Downtown over the past 10 years, and dogs have begun to take over.  In fact, with the new Americans with Disabilities Act, just about any dog can be labeled a service dog, and therefore even pet-unfriendly buildings are now often forced to accept dogs as legitimate residents.

Moving can be hard on everyone involved: adults, kids, and yes… even your pets! While your pet may not understand exactly what is going on, they can sense the stress (good or bad), that the whole family is experiencing. Add to that the fact that animals are creatures of habit and do not like changes to their usual routine, and you can understand why they become so confused.

Your pets can also become quite anxious when all of a sudden, they see their humans busily throwing everything around them into boxes. Animals, just like people, can behave rather badly when under stress, so we need to do all we can to help them feel secure throughout the moving process.

With this in mind, we have gathered helpful moving tips from industry experts that any pet owner can easily follow, and have created a FREE Special Report, entitled, “Pet Owners – Tips to Making Your Move Easier on Your Pets.”

Order your FREE Special Report at www.LACondoInfo.com/gc_pets

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Copyright © 2015 This free information provided courtesy L.A. Loft Blog and LAcondoInfo.com with information provided by Corey Chambers, Realty Source Inc, BRE#01889449 We are not necessarily associated with the home owner’s association, seller or developer. For more information, contact (213) 880-9910 or visit LAcondoInfo.com  Licensed in California. All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified. Properties subject to prior sale or rental. This is not a solicitation if buyer or seller is already under contract with another broker.