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How can I tell if a listing allows pets?

To find out if a listing will let you bring your pet for your stay, check the House Rules section of the listing description. It’s also a good idea to contact the host before you book, to find out if there are any specific restrictions.

Find listings that allow pets

To find listings where pets are allowed:

  1. Go to airbnb.com and click Homes
  2. Click More filters at the top of the page
  3. On the More filters page, scroll to the bottom of the page
  4. Under House rules, check the Pets Allowed box
  5. All listings that appear specify that they allow pets (but be sure to double-check)

Even if a listing appears in the Pets Allowed category, you should contact the host to check if the status is still current and if specific restrictions apply.

Find out if a listing allows pets

To check if you can have pets at a specific listing:

  1. Go to the listing on airbnb.com
  2. Scroll to the bottom of the page
  3. Under Policies, check House Rules to find out if pets are allowed and if there are any restrictions (for example, pets not allowed on beds)

Pets already at the listing

To find out if the hosts have pets at the listing:

  1. Go to the listing on airbnb.com
  2. Scroll to the bottom of the page
  3. Under Policies, check House Rules to find if there’s a section titled You must also acknowledge
  4. Under You must also acknowledge, if Pet(s) live on property appears, then other pets live there

Assistance animals

We understand that assistance animals are not pets. As such, outside of a scenario that might jeopardize the health of a host in their living space (or the health of other people who live in that space), hosts are expected to accommodate assistance animals in accordance with our Nondiscrimination Policy.

Pet fees or one-time cleaning fee increases shouldn't be applied to a reservation as a result of an assistance animal.