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Gateway Gardens

96 Grosvenor Boulevard

St. Albert, Alberta
Low-rise - Apartment
$1,250 to $1,465
** ESTIMATED. Price may be out of date or incorrect. This information is not verified. Check with the building manager.

Pet Restrictions

Cats & Dogs allowed with restrictions.




The following breeds are not allowed: Pit Bull, American Pit Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, Wolf hybrids, Doberman Pinscher, Saint Bernard, Pit Bull Mix, American Bulldog, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Rottweiler, German Shepherd, Chow Chow, Great Dane, Akita.


(780) 459-0148

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Jun 30, 2014 18:08 PM
To be honest... By law you cannot restrict breeds. Edmonton threw out the Dangerous dog bylaw that several dogs mentioned were on... And states now ANY dog can be deemed dangerous if aggressive and/or bites. Even the small breeds that are usually permitted with these silly stipulations. You might want to update that archaic BS.. Thanks
Jun 30, 2014 18:16 PM
By law in Alberta, a property owner can put any pet restrictions they want on their property (subject to condo bylaws, if the property is a condo). The only legal restrictions are that all deposits (damage + pet) can not exceed 1 months rent. Even if Edmonton did pass a bylaw, it would have zero effect because cities do not have the authority to make such rules. Its up to the province. As far as I know, only Ontario has provincial rules regarding pets in rental properties.
Jun 30, 2014 18:34 PM
Cities can restrict the number of pets per property and type of animals allowed. For example, they can say no chickens are allowed in backyards. And the current max for pets for Edmonton is six cats and three dogs.

Landlords can put any further restrictions on pets they want, including allowing no pets or breed restrictions. Landlords can charge pet fees (for example, $250 per pet), additional pet rent (for example, $25 per pet additional rent per month), and fines for things like noise or failure to pick up pet waste. Landlords can evict you and/or the pet if you bring in an unapproved pet.

If you have a pet, you should know the local laws, and know the tenancy contract you sign, so you don't end up having to move or surrender your pet.
Jun 30, 2014 18:49 PM
I do know actually. I wasnt intersted in this property.. It just still stuns me when i see restrictions like that. Its that kind of ignorance... For lack of a better word.. That makes owning one of the breeds mentioned that much harder. Reality is perception right? I would never even consider living in a place that held restrictions like that.. I can only imagine what my neighbors would be like. Thanks though for your feedback
Sep 22, 2015 14:56 PM