Moving With Pets Without Stress

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Moving With Pets

Our company helps organize your relocating with your pets. 

Moving is usually stressful for people and for your cats, dogs, and other animals it may add stress as well. Our experts created a simple plan, following which you can reduce stress for you and your pets during relocation to a new place.

A plan for moving with pets

1. The best way to reduce stress on an animal is to take them away from the action.  An ideal option would be to leave the pet with relatives, friends, or at a pet hotel for the day.

Please call our manager (323) 499-9324  and discuss the organization of your move, best suitable for your pet.

Among other things, you or our employees can take your pet to Mr. Speck’s pet hotel during the time of the move. There, your pet will stay under the supervision of experienced specialists and, if you wish, will get additional services.
2. You need to bring certificates showing that your pet has had the necessary inspections and vaccines. Check the pet regulations in a new place before moving with your pets, sometimes it may be different from your present place. Things to check:
  • State laws. Check your state's Veterinary Office or Department of Agriculture of California
  • Permits. In some states, it is necessary to purchase a permit before your pet can enter your new home in a different state. Ask your veterinarian to help with the application process.
  • Rabies tags. Most states require a rabies tag for cats, dogs, and some exotic animals.
  • New Community. Check out the pet policies in your new community and any extra costs they charge for keeping pets.
  • Inform your present vet of a move, so that you can take records and any prescription medications with you.

3. Prepare a separate box or boxes that have food, toys, training pads and grooming tools to sustain your pet and keep it comfortable during the first few days in a new place. Label these boxes and put them in an easily accessible place.

4. After the move, update your pet’s tags or microchip information with the new address and phone number. 

Transportation your pets

Would you like to take a pet to a new house in your own vehicle or hire a pet-moving service?

Ask our manager (323) 499-9324 to help you find services and take care of transportation for your pet.

Be careful when transporting an animal to your new neighborhood as if they get out they can easily get lost.

After moving them to a new place, set them into a section of the place while they slowly adjust to their surroundings, introduce familiar objects like toys or blankets as soon as possible. Try making them feel at home. Give them a few days in the new home to get used to it.

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