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What to Remember When Moving Your Pet
By Lily Little

Relocating from one state to another is challenging. Add a pet, and the process can feel like a nightmare. Pets are territorial and have a hard time adjusting to new surroundings, making it stressful for them. Additionally, animals can pick up stress from humans. If you're stressed about the move, your pet will likely be uneasy, too. So today, Fur Fighters Grooming shares some tips to make the move easier for you and your pet.

 

Take Your Pet to the Vet

Washington may have different animal health requirements. A visit to the vet is instrumental in ensuring compliance with all regulations. Your vet can provide you with a health certificate for your pet, which is necessary for interstate pet travel. They can also check whether your pet is up to date on their vaccinations. Long-distance relocations are strenuous for animals. If your pet is unwell, a checkup can address health issues ahead of time, ensuring you don’t encounter problems during the move. It’s also a good idea to supply your pet with plenty of toys and snacks for the trip – but make sure you check reviews first for safety reasons.

 

Maintain a Positive Attitude

Moving tends to be hectic, even under the best of circumstances. In fact, it’s often very similar to a stressful day at work. However, don’t forget that your anger and stress can easily influence your pets, so especially when things aren’t going the way you anticipated, be mindful of your temper and avoid raising your voice. Take a break and step away for a moment if you need to. Your pets will appreciate it – and so will your family.

 

Get Pet Insurance

Statistics show that 45% of pet owners in America spend an equal or greater amount of money on pet healthcare than they do on their own healthcare. Pet insurance is an excellent way to reduce these costs. You can use it to pay for your pet's diagnosis and vaccination before relocation. Some pet insurance policies only cover cats and dogs. But ASPCA also covers horses. Most pet insurance policies cover puppies and kittens ages six to 10 weeks and have no maximum age limits, but some policies limit first-time purchases to 8 to 14 weeks. Pet insurance can even be a step closer to insuring your property. Research the coverage levels, deductibles, and premiums for different pet insurance policies before selecting the right one. It also helps to check customer reviews and get sample quotes from different insurance companies.

 

Prepare Your New Home

Moving requires a lot of movement in and out of the house. All that activity is stressful for your pet. So, before you settle into your new home, turn a spare room in the house into a space for your pet. Put all their toys, food, water, and litter box (if applicable) in the room, and leave them in it until the movers are gone and everything is in place. You can pet-proof your home by designating an out-of-reach place for small toys and other choking hazards. Place cleaning supplies, medications, and other chemicals on high shelves. Tuck away dangling wires and create a pet-friendly zone in the house. These measures will keep your pet safe and help them settle into your new home faster and more comfortably.

 

Relocate With Your Pet

Purchasing the right pet insurance and enlisting a pet care expert to help you and your pet settle in quickly in your new state.