Please provide a location to search for

Pet-Friendly Apartments for Rent in Cross Creek, Augusta, Richmond County, GA - 3 Rentals available

  • Apartment in Cross Creek
    1256 Longpoint Drive, Augusta, GA 30909
    $840 - $1,700
    • 2 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    ATC Development
    Available Today!
    (706) 736-4748
  • Apartment in Cross Creek
    1302 Highborn Drive, Augusta, GA 30909
    $950 - $975
    • 2-3 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    ATC Development
    Available Today!
    (706) 736-4748
  • Home in Cross Creek
    1725 Tamarind Way, Augusta, GA 30906
    $1,350
    • 4 Beds
    • 2 Baths
    Available Today!
    7624446755

Renting a pet-friendly apartment in Cross Creek, Augusta, Richmond County, GA

Some of us need service dogs either for everyday life or to do our jobs, while some of us keep pets just for the simple reason that they are awesome. Regardless of your arguments, though many landlords in Cross Creek, Augusta, Richmond County, GA may not be on the same page with you, and there’s not much to do about it. Excuses, they have plenty—birds make noise, cats sabotage curtains, dogs intimidate unsuspecting neighbors with violent outbursts of unconditional love, and so forth. We know these generalizing accusations MIGHT even apply to MOST other pets, and yours is an exception, but trust us when we say: there’s no exceptions if the pet policy says your four-legged embodiment of innocence is a no-no in his community. To spare you the pain of sifting through Cross Creek, Augusta, Richmond County, GA communities that won’t accept your pet anyway, you can now filter the results to show pet-friendly rental properties only. Choose from 3 Cross Creek, Augusta, Richmond County, GA properties, with 3 pet-friendly units averaging 1,312 Sqft, ranging in price from $840 to $1,700.

Check the breed restrictions at all Cross Creek, Augusta, Richmond County, GA pet friendly apartments

Pet-friendly rooms and housing sound good and all, but you may still be in for a nasty surprise if you have a large breed dog. Yes, he’s harmless, and behavior doesn’t have all that much to do with size, but stereotypes are often stronger than actual arguments or a spotless record. See if the property you’ve set your eyes on offers no-breed-restriction apartments by scrolling down to the Pet Policy section. While you’re unlikely to find neon signs that say “pit bull-friendly rentals HERE,” this may give you an idea whether it’s worth asking around if they’ll accept your behemoth.