Moving with Animals: 10 Basic Tips

For any person moving to a new place is a stressful process as well as for a pet. But moving to a new home should be smooth and enjoyable for every member of your family including your dog or cat. Every single pet needs special attention and consideration on a moving day. Pre-planning plays a crucial role here. Considering every detail of a moving process guarantees you successful results.

Today we’re going to share a few basic tips to help you to make your pet’s relocation as easy as possible. So, if you’re planning to move to a long distance, take care of your stuff firstly. For example, if you are a California resident an outfit like san bernardino movers or any other district department could make sense.  And only then devote all your time to organize a pet moving process correctly.

Let’s get started.

10 Tips on Moving with Pets

  1. A few days before the actual moving, give your pet time to get used to riding in a vehicle for several hours in a row. Your pet must be comfortable while sitting in a car for 2 or even 3 hours.
  2. If you’re going to move your cat in a carrier, prepare everything properly. Place a towel or a small blanket inside a carrier and introduce your cat to it. An animal shouldn’t be afraid of going inside a carrier. Put your pet’s favorite toy inside too. And make sure that a carrier is big enough for your animal to stand up, turn around, and lie down without a problem.
  3. Take your animal’s health records from your current veterinarian. This data will need your new vet.
  4. Do a research and catch a good vet at your new place in advance.
  5. On a moving day, place your pet in a separate room or in the backyard with a calm and quiet atmosphere.
  6. Two hours before moving, give your pet some food and water. And take an extra bottle of water, a towel, a plastic bag, and a package of animal food into the car.
  7. When driving to a new place, make frequent stops to give your pet a chance to walk, exercise, and drink.
  8. Giving your pet a stroke can help a lot.
  9. Get your pet accustomed to a new place. Like all people, animals need some time to get used to new houses and apartments. Favorite toys, blankets, and beds will be very helpful in this case.
  10. Stick to your usual routine. After settling down in a new place, visit a vet as soon as possible and stick to your pet’s daily routine as usual. It can be a walk before bed or an exercise exactly at 9 a.m. Don’t change your pet’s usual routine suddenly.

Almost 50% of pet owners claim that their pets experience stress during the move. Hopefully, our 10 tips will decrease this number helping animals and their owners to organize an enjoyable moving process.

 


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