By Karyn Bates. Dog Carrier. Published at Tuesday, September 04th, 2018 - 03:45:04 AM.
Schedule an appointment with your vet - now that you are moving, you should visit your vet and tell them of the situation. Not only can they provide you with information about what vet to choose the new location if they have such connection, but also explain how to make the move easier for your pet. Perhaps they can suggest a mild sedative if your pet gets too nervous, and valuable advice on how to make your pet used to a carrier if that is your preferred method of transportation. Additionally, if your pet is due for shots or vaccinations, doing those before the removal is best. Make sure you go through all of your pet’s documentation with your vet, just to be sure everything is in order.
Spend time with your pet and spoil them - it is a stressful time for your pet, and it will likely show. That is why you should pay close attention to see if your pet is eating healthy and is feeling fine, as packing is underway. They will know something’s coming, so it is up to you they receive your care and love.
Give them time to get accustomed to the new place - since the environment is new for them, your pets will likely experience some stress. It is important to allow them enough time and assure they are feeling comfortable in the new place. Keep familiar toys and mats nearby and make sure you pay enough attention to them, no matter how demanding your relocation tasks are.
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