When you are planning a home move, we are sure you would have discussions with lots of people including your Removalists Melbourne, your real estate company, utility companies, and even your lawyer. However, if you have any pets, will you make a point of speaking to your vet to ask them about how you can make sure your pets’ experience of the move is not a traumatic one?
If you have a pet, or even several, we are sure you love them dearly. However, when trying to organise a home move, it can be easy to simply forget about your pet in all the arrangements you have to make. Nevertheless, it is essential that you take time to ensure their welfare will be taken care of before, during, and after the move takes place. To help you with that task, here are some “DOs” and “DON’Ts” regarding pets and moving home.
DO Get Someone To Look After Your Pet On The Move Day
Possibly the best thing you could do for your pet on the day of the move is to ask a friend or relative to look after them for the day. This removes a lot of stress both for your pet and for you.