Pets can pursue more from life here too!

At Moravian Manor Communities, we see pets as family. As a pet friendly community, both of our two campuses welcome pets, from cats and dogs to fish and birds. We believe that pets help us live “in the moment” and have the innate ability to enrich our lives physically and emotionally.

Pets on Campus

In residential living, pets are welcome to live in all homes, and visit areas of skilled care, personal care and assisted living. Our pet policy does not have a weight/size limit in the cottages, carriage homes or townhomes, but dogs must be 50 pounds or less to reside in apartments and only the first floor. In apartments, one dog per home is permitted or two cats, or a combination of one dog and cat. The only difference with cottages, carriage homes, and townhomes is that two dogs per home are permitted. Moravian Manor Communities reserves the right to restrict certain breeds of dogs that are perceived as being aggressive per insurance guidelines. We do require a one-time $250 non-refundable deposit for pets at MMC.

Pets are celebrated on campus! We even hold Yappy Hours for canines and their MMC resident parents.

Pet Friendly Finishes — Yes, We Have Them!

In addition to the many finishing options we offer, we also can accommodate a variety of pet-friendly finishes, including carpet and flooring choices, that can be chosen as upgrades in residential living homes.

Pets in the Community

Within our two campuses, interconnected sidewalk system keeps residents and their pets connected to our community.

Downtown Lititz is pet-friendly too. Our campuses are just a short stroll into town, where residents and their pets can enjoy a casual stroll together and get a bite to eat at a variety of welcoming restaurants. For recreation, the Lititz-Warwick Trailway (part of the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy) is 7.1 miles in length and ideal for longer walks or runs, or even popping your pup in a basket and going for a bike ride.

There’s also the popular Overlook Dog Park in Manheim Township, which provides a safe and fun environment for community dogs with separate fenced-in areas for large dogs, small dogs, and a common area for activities; membership is required to use this park.