Pit bulls are wonderful dogs that make loving, loyal pets. Unfortunately, there are many harmful stereotypes about pit bulls. These stereotypes mean that it can sometimes be difficult to find housing that allows pit bulls. Don't let these prejudices keep you from choosing a pet from well-bred pitbulls for sale. Here are some tips that will help you find a place to live that accepts your furry friend:

1. Ask your network for recommendations.

Trying to rent an apartment with a dog can be difficult, but not all landlords list their apartments on popular websites. Ask your own personal network of friends and family if they know of any dog-friendly landlords looking for a renter. You're more likely to find something suitable for you and your pit bull with many eyes on the lookout for suitable housing.

2. Bring your dog on interviews.

Some landlords may be wary when they hear "pit bull" without first meeting your dog. Assuage their fears by by bringing your dog with you to look at apartments. If they can see that your dog is friendly and well-behaved, a landlord is much more likely to let you rent their apartment.

3. Have letters of recommendation available.

Just as you sometimes need letters of recommendation, your pit bull could use a letter of recommendation too! Ask your current landlord for a letter of recommendation certifying that your pit bull is friendly, well-trained, and safe, suggests Bad Rap. If you've taken your dog to obedience classes or any kind of formal dog training, bring your dog's training certificate along on apartment hunts too. Any proof you have that your pit bull is well-behaved can only help your case.

4. Be willing to pay a little extra.

Some landlords are concerned about the potential damage a large breed of dog could cause to their rental property. If a landlord seems unwilling to rent to you because of your dog, offer to pay an additional deposit for your pet. You could also offer to pay an additional amount in rent each month as a pet fee. Try to work with your landlord to come to a financial compromise that is mutually acceptable. It may not be fun to pay extra rent each month, but it's worth it to be able to keep your beloved pet.

Pit bulls are beautiful dogs that are sometimes misunderstood by the general public. They're highly intelligent, loyal, and loving animals that make great pets. If you're thinking of getting a pit bull, these four tips can help you find housing with your new pet.