CAIRC’s effort to foster coexistence between humans and pets includes the publishing of following two booklets that are distributed from April 1 2002.
The “Property Management Support Handbook for Living in Multi-Unit Housing with Dogs and Cats” (or simply the “Property Management Support Handbook”) is intended primarily for real estate and property management companies, while the “Pet Owner’s Handbook for Living in Multi-Unit Housing with Dogs and Cats” (or simply the “Pet Owner’s Handbook”) is mainly for distributing to pet owners who already live in pet-friendly multi-unit housing or will soon be moving in.
 
For real estate and property management companies For pet owner's living in multi-unit housing


A5 Color / 20 pages



A5 Color / 20 pages


 
*Only Available in Japanese
Introduction of the Contents
•Prologue
•Benefits of Companion Animals
•Merits of managing pet-friendly collective housing
•FAQ of pet-friendly collective housing
- Manual of screening pet owners
- Samples of Application form of pet keeping, and letter of intent
*Only Available in Japanese
Introduction of the Contents
•Prologue
•Benefits of Companion Animals
•Are you a cat person or a dog person?
•Responsibilities Pet Ownerships
•Keeping Cats Living with Cats
•Keeping Dogs Living with Dogs
•Rules for living together with companion animals in collective housing/Cautions when moving to a new house
•Convenient address book of neighborhood
 

The “Property Management Support Handbook” describes the advantages of allowing pet ownership and includes information useful in planning the management and operation of pet-friendly collective housing. It is distributed free of charge to organizations such as real estate and management companies. The handbook is also designed to provide real estate and property management companies interested in pet-friendly rental apartments with an easy to read material that will help them make the recommendation and explain it to property owners. The “Pet Owner’s Handbook” provides information on the courtesy and etiquette necessary to keeping pets in collective housing. Through its distribution among pet owners, this booklet serves as a useful educational tool for real estate and property management companies, who can help residents who own pets improve the overall level of courtesy where they live.  
  *Only available in Japanese
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  *Only available in Japanese
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