You need to find a small house to rent, or one that has been divided into apartments, ideally owned by a single landlord and not handled by a property management company. I wouldn't waste my time looking into apartment complexes, as 90% of the time or more they have general rules against dogs. Landlords who own homes are much more flexible in terms of pets once they get to know you a bit. It's a good idea to provide some housing references that can vouch for you being responsible and not allowing your dogs to damage property or cause problems for other tenants. Get letters of reference whenever possible with phone contact information so prospective landlords can call previous ones.
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