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A pet is a family’s most precious asset or say property that they want to keep safe while moving without inflicting any harm to the animal. To make sure your pets arrive safely to the new home, follow our suggestions below!
- First, think about the possibilities of how to get your pet from your old home to your new home. Many factors come into play such as you may get a little extra space in your car to move stuff if you don’t carry your pet along in it. If driving in the car with your pet is not an option, you can have your pet flown by airplane to the new place. There are many good ways of transporting your pets and you have to think about it. For example, when dogs are moved with the help of a moving service, they are typically given a dose of Dramamine which is hidden in a treat or it can be found in liquid form and it is placed on the top of pet’s favorite treat. This allows for an overall calm experience for your pet – whether this is on an airplane or a car ride.
- If you are going to have your pet flown by airplane, call the airline to make reservations ahead of time and ask them for rules and regulations that you may need to comply with. You need to know how your pet will be handled and if there is any chance to get a space in the compartment of the plane. You also need to ask how long your pet has to be confined in a cage and what is going to be pick-up time. Collect all necessary details before doing booking with an airline. Weekday flights may have more time and space in the cargo and you can book it beforehand to be sure about the safe trip of pet. Direct flights will also reduce the time your pet is kept in the airplane.
- If you are going to have your pet with you in a long car ride while moving, you should make an appointment with the veterinarian and ask them if it is good for the pet to be taken by car. The vet may give you suggestions such as medicine and other positive approaches in respect to the move that can be beneficial for both you and your pet during the trip. It is also important to make sure you have your pets health documents and vaccinations records with you in the car.