Pets Moving Tips and GuidelinesDecember 3, 2014
Making the move easier for you and your pets
Moving a home to a new location can be relatively fun for us due to the new experiences and life ahead of us, but that is hardly as much fun for most of our pets. They happen to be quite stressed out with the unfamiliarity ahead, especially some cats and other more territorial animals. The following tips will give you a few ideas you can use to make the move easier for your pets:
Moving with a happy pet! Where to start:
Packing process with your pet
Prior planning is happens to be a very important first step toward making things go smoothly. If you happen to be a cat owner, then you probably already know their amazing ability to find a box and simply sit inside it. If you want to have an easier time packing, you should isolate the kitties in a different room while you do so to keep them from getting in the way of the packing process.
Moving with Pets make an appointment with a Veterinarian
You may also want to inform your veterinarian about the move, asking them about a possible reference for a colleague of theirs in your new city or town. Your pets will likely need shots before moving to a new country or maybe a different state, so you will need to get them done before you move them. If the pets get exceedingly agitated during travel, you may want to consider a mild sedative so they can sleep through the trip without becoming too much of a problem. The right doze is a very important thing, so this is why you need to have the vet tell you what it is compared to the cat you own. Never try to do this on your own or you will risk the lives of your pets. Anesthetics are a tricky business and they should be left to professionals and people who know what they’re doing.
Plan how to accommodate your pets during the move
Consider the way you will accommodate your pet during transport. The cat will need to have space to move around during the trip, as well as food and water as well as cat litter. A small litter box may do the job on the move, so you won’t have to worry about a kitty toilet. You will need a good size carrier to get your cat through, but if you have more than one cat you will naturally need more than one carrier.
You’re pets at moving day time
If you have to have a moving company taking care of all your needs, then you will need to keep the cat away from them to keep her out of the way and safe. That way you will have far less trouble finding her once the movers are out of your home. Once you’re done with the loading process you’ll be able to put the kitty in the carrier and get her on her way.This entry was posted in find movers, moving tips. Bookmark the permalink. ← What to Expect From a Moving Company How to Make Coast to Coast Moves Easier →