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Wetdawgs had a good response for your "what can I do and what can I expect?" question. My response may seem a bit less sympathetic.Why did your landlord have to discover your dog/breed by checking your Facebook account? It's been a while since I've rented, but I remember questions about pets and security deposits. Did the landlord not ask you this as part of your application?Personally, if I were the landlord and you lied ("misrepresented" sounds much politer, but really is just sugar-coating the issue) on your application, I'd be inclined to decline you just for lying - and likely would be well within my legal rights to do so (based on all 5 minutes of my Internet research).As for the breed (again, based on 5-or-so minutes of Internet research), it sounds like they may make good therapy dogs, but are also known for aggression to other dogs. "Therapy dog" or not, that may work against you.Bottom line...If you tried to hide your dog (and I don't know of reason to have done so, as you say that other dogs are already in the complex and have implied that you have papers indicating it is a service dog), you dug a hole that may be very difficult to climb out of.
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