In 2016, our founder recognized an opportunity to create a win-win product and service for pet and animal owners, landlords, housing providers and property managers.

 

Our STORY

We love pets and we know they are like family. Our founder, John R. Bradford, III, is not only a pet lover but also has a professional background in property management and legislative affairs. He has seen first-hand how pets are often turned away just because of a specific breed or size or weight. At PetScreening.com, we believe that not every German Shepherd, for example, will pose a major risk especially in instances where the pet’s owner is caring, loving, and responsible.

John has also seen how housing providers and property managers take on more risk than they realize when dealing with pets or animals. Pets and animals can cause property damage and physical injuries. Additionally, housing providers and property managers are observing higher numbers of reasonable accommodation requests for assistance animals. Sadly, many of the accommodation requests do not meet the Fair Housing Act (FHAct) guidelines but are submitted anyways to try to circumvent a housing provider’s breed and/or pricing policies.

PetScreening.com helps housing providers and property managers better understand the associated risk for a specific pet and pet owner, generate new incremental revenue streams, validate reasonable accommodation requests for assistance animals, and hold pet and animal owners more accountable in their properties while providing them access to a digital comprehensive profile of their pet/animal at all times. Woof!


PetScreening.com is the only service of its kind in the industry that is helping validate Assistance Animals (Service/Emotional Support/Companion), and providing each pet a FIDO Score™ based on a risk assessment of the pet and pet owner.
— John Bradford, Pet Lover & Founder

What We Do

We can help do the following at ZERO cost to housing providers and property managers:

  • Generate new incremental revenue streams

  • Understand the associated risk for a specific pet and pet owner

  • Validate reasonable accommodation requests for assistance animals

  • Maintain detailed pet records

  • Reduce firm liability while holding pet and animal owners more accountable in their properties