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Manor House

145 West 5th Street

North Vancouver, British Columbia
Low-rise - Apartment

Pet Restrictions

Maximum adult dog weights are limited to 20 lbs for apartments or 40 lbs for townhouses. No dogs in bachelor or studio suites. All pets subject to approval. http://www.metrovancouver.org/about/publications/Publications/PetPolicy.pdf

2

Cats

Yes

Dogs

Yes
No
40 lbs
Pit Bull Terrier, Staffordshire Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Bull Terrier, Rottweiler

Contact

Metro Vancouver Housing. Income restrictions apply.

604-451-6670

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Mar 27, 2014 08:35 AM
How pathetic.. claiming to be "animal friendly" then restricting certain breeds? You know nothing about animals.
Guest
Mar 24, 2015 16:54 PM
I agree with comment about restricting breeds...this too is bad management.
Guest
May 16, 2015 20:15 PM
it seems that every single listing for this metro place has exactly the same pet restrictions
Guest
Aug 11, 2015 11:41 AM
It is absolutely ridiculous that you “allows dogs” but restrict on breeds. I would never want to live somewhere that discriminates against breeds. Your ignorance is pathetic.
Guest
Oct 7, 2015 13:35 PM
You should become educated by cesar milan as those breeds are wonderful dogs, how would I know because I adopted one and its all about how you raise the dog not breed
Guest
Jan 21, 2016 06:44 AM
Would be good to include photos and price .So we both don't waist our time
Guest
Feb 14, 2016 18:37 PM
From my experience pit bulls have always been the biggest sweetie pies ever. They are just really smart and can sense peoples uptight energies.
Guest
Apr 14, 2016 18:41 PM
I live in this building and dog owners let their large dogs off leash in common areas. They are not supposed to, but they do. If this is the kind of disrespect dog owners have towards non-dog owners, I can understand why they would want to restrict the breeds. I would be quite scared if there were pit bulls wandering the halls. If pit bulls are so sweet and friendly, why do we always hear on the news that someone has been attacked or killed by one?
Guest
Dec 13, 2016 10:08 AM
In your defense: One of human nature's significant failings is the compulsion to self-justification. Because those individuals have certain breeds, everyone must find no fault in them. Those individuals need only consult statistics. True, when pets are raised with patience, love, and intelligence, they are almost certainly going to be "good" pets. The reality is, too many raise too many pets with indifference and cruelty. Certain large breeds, because of their size, become potentially, and too often prove to be, very dangerous indeed. That is the reality that well-intentioned pet lovers are blind to.
Most sincerely, from, yes, a pet lover, but not a blind one.
Guest
Dec 13, 2016 10:08 AM
In your defense: One of human nature's significant failings is the compulsion to self-justification. Because those individuals have certain breeds, everyone must find no fault in them. Those individuals need only consult statistics. True, when pets are raised with patience, love, and intelligence, they are almost certainly going to be "good" pets. The reality is, too many raise too many pets with indifference and cruelty. Certain large breeds, because of their size, become potentially, and too often prove to be, very dangerous indeed. That is the reality that well-intentioned pet lovers are blind to.
Most sincerely, from, yes, a pet lover, but not a blind one.
Guest
Dec 13, 2016 10:08 AM
In your defense: One of human nature's significant failings is the compulsion to self-justification. Because those individuals have certain breeds, everyone must find no fault in them. Those individuals need only consult statistics. True, when pets are raised with patience, love, and intelligence, they are almost certainly going to be "good" pets. The reality is, too many raise too many pets with indifference and cruelty. Certain large breeds, because of their size, become potentially, and too often prove to be, very dangerous indeed. That is the reality that well-intentioned pet lovers are blind to.
Most sincerely, from, yes, a pet lover, but not a blind one.