Best and Worst Pets for Apartment Living


Did you know that people with pets have lower blood pressure and heart rates? Even having a fish can lower your stress levels! And with all the stress that comes with college life, students and young adults can definitely benefit from having a pet to take care of. However, it’s important to follow the rules of your dorm or apartment. Find out about pet policies, and also consider how much time you’ll have to commit to your new companion. Below is an infographic all about apartments and pets!

Pets are great companions to keep young adults and students company and relieve their stress. However, if a pet causes any apartment damage that’s a new cause of stress in itself. Renters insurance can be helpful for protecting against situations like that. To learn more, see GradGuard’s information about renters insurance.

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  1. Geckos and snakes are cool apartment pets. But I’d take fish anytime. I really like how low maintenance fishes are. Doesn’t require so much of my time and not much space in my apartment but just watching them swim around the aquarium makes me relaxed and stress-free. Anyway, thank you for the very helpful infographic. Love it much!

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