Moving to a home in a new location can be an exciting adventure, but it can also be the cause of stress and confusion for household pets. To minimize the trauma, here are a few tips that may help make your pet’s transition a little easier:
- SCHEDULE A VET CHECK-UP Obtain a copy of your pet’s medical history along with rabies certifications that state when/where your pet was vaccinated. Keep an ample supply of current medications to last until a veterinarian in your new location can provide refills.
- PROPER IDENTIFICATION IS ESSENTIAL Be certain that any required license tags are secured properly and the contact information is
- CONSIDER BOARDING your pet during the most hectic of moving days. Pets can become anxious with the increase of activity prior to a
- GATHER CAR SUPPLIES Kennel and/or safely restraint, favorite toy or two, a leash for when stops are made, and plenty of water to keep your pet
- KNOW STATE REQUIREMENTS for the movement of pets across state Contact the State Veterinarian in your new location to obtain the most current information.
- PET-FRIENDLY ACCOMMODATIONS Long-distance moves may require an overnight People and pet-friendly accommodations can be found by searching a number of internet sites. Check out Bring Fido for pet-friendly hotels, restaurants, services and more.
- ALLOW TIME TO ACCLIMATE Once you have arrived in your new location, allow sufficient time for your pet to adjust to the new neighborhood; it could take a few days or a few weeks.
- CARRY A CURRENT PHOTOGRAPH If your pet is lost during the move, a photograph will make it much easier to search
- CLOSING DAY If you need to bring your pet to closing, let Southern Title know in advance and we will do everything possible to accommodate your four-legged family member!
Southern Title understands how important it is for all family members to enjoy a peaceful closing experience. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 866.297.5535 to find out more.
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