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Things you Should Know

In order to prevent causing your pet stress, stick to routines. If you usually walk your cat or dog in the morning, then continue to do so. Habits are particularly important to maintain the closer you get to the moving date.

Contact your local veterinarian to obtain all of your pet's medical records prior to the move and verify that these records are up-to-date.

Keep doors and windows closed during the days of the move so your pet does not run away. A pet may become stressed among the chaos of moving and may take off.

Ask a friend or professional to care for your pet during the days of your move. You can also hire an animal transport service that offers a door to door service that includes picking up your pet a few days prior to the move and delivering it to your new home on a date determined by you.

If you are flying to another location make sure to book a direct flight in advance and contact the airline as to what their requirements are for traveling with pets. Also inquire about additional fees for bringing pets on board.

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