Pit bulls in low income housing

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Thank you everyone for all the input! You all are so great! I agree, it is probably way more trouble and liability than it is worth. It is too bad, I really like pit bulls, but you can't rely on the owners to be responsible with them. 

And I also agree with the mindset that almost any animal can be destructive. The rabbits I had growing up absolutely destroyed the flooring and walls in my mom's apartment, which she happened to be renting! 

@Shar Day I will be in Baltimore City. I do not have a property under contract yet as I am focusing on 'easier' rentals in Baltimore county first to get started. My partner and I have a few offers out and we are waiting for counters any day now. I do hope to get a Baltimore city house by the end of the year. 

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