In practice, this is rarely a problem. Many older people have older pets, accustomed to living with older people, and who are unlikely to present behavioural problems. As well as questioning potential residents about their pet’s temperament towards other people and animals, it’s a good idea to agree a ‘trial period’. On arrival, the new pet should be kept in the owner’s room to settle in, before introducing it to other resident pets.
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