If you’re concerned about your pet, you may want to hire a moving crew. These professionals can let you focus on little ones and pets while taking care of the heavy lifting. When it’s time to leave, load up animals last and plan to make frequent stops to give them fresh water and time to relieve themselves.
After arriving, you’ll want to pet-proof and allow the animal to adjust to the new surroundings slowly. Be sure to comfort it with extra attention and get back into the old routine quickly to help the pet feel more at home. For additional tips for moving with pets in tow, please see the accompanying resource.
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