If you're looking for a new home for you and your furry friends, then Middlesex is unfortunately not the best place.
Landlords in Middlesex are some of the least tolerant in Britain when it comes to pets, according to Spare Room, the accommodation listings website.
An exclusive analysis by Trinity Mirror's Data Journalism Unit has found that out of the 1,096 landlords advertising rooms in the area just 2.8% of them would be OK with their tenants bringing a pet. That's the lowest level of pet tolerance for any of the areas included in the study.
The study included the preferences of just over 30,000 landlords advertising their properties on Spare Room last week and found 2,094 of 30,000 landlords said they would allow any future tenants to bring pets with them while the remaining 28,000 said pets would not be allowed.
Landlords from County Durham were the most likely to allow a pet with 17.6% of landlords willing to let a tenant bring one with them.