How to Make this Transition Easy on Your Pets
You've decided that it's time to relocate, and it will happen soon because you've decided that this is the perfect time. But are your pets prepared for the move? Most pet owners are aware that it is best to keep their animal friend outside of the house while professional movers are working there, but they might not have given moving with a pet much thought. For example, how will your dog or cat react to being cooped up in the car? Whether you are moving across the nation or to a local suburb, keep in mind these good moving tips to ensure your pet's safety.
Purchase a Travel Crate
It's crucial to keep your pet at ease while traveling between houses. You want them to get off to the best possible start in their new home, and that includes the journey there. It's a smart idea to get your pet a cozy travel box or backpack that they feel at ease in before bringing them to their new home.
Practice Travelling in the Car With Your Pet
If you don't take your pet in the car very often, you should probably start doing so before you move to your new location if you have a lengthy drive ahead of you. Start by taking your pet on brief car rides until they acclimate to being in a vehicle.
Bring Identification for Your Pet
Be certain that your pet has all of its vaccinations and identification tags so that in the event that the worst should happen, you will be able to find your pet and recognize them as your own easily
Make a Travel Kit
Prepare a travel bag for your pet in advance of the transfer, and make sure it has everything you and they will need during the trip. You are going to want to have this with you while traveling, and once you get to your new place, before you unpack all of their belongings.
Moving can be stressful, even more so when you have pets. Contact us today so we can help make your move as stress-free as possible.