Published at Wednesday, September 05th, 2018 - 01:53:04 AM. . By Pamela Dennis.
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.
Research findings suggest that, like an understanding best friend, they can see at a glance if we are happy, sad, pleased or angry. Every dog owner comes to recognise their dogs moods from body language and facial expressions, from the noises their pet makes and from the very way their dog moves. We instinctively know whether our dogs are excited, happy, sad, frustrated or anxious. Animals feel a wide range of emotions. They feel happiness, sadness, anger, affection, and stress. For instance, what does your dogs tail do when you go out to the porch and play with him? It wags! Thats his way of expressing happiness and joy. Its similar to when cats purr.
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