We all think about what to do when we bring a new companion into our home, but what about when we take the companion to a new home. The only thing they know is you. All of their familiar marks are gone. An older pet might become disoriented. We get so busy trying to make the move go smoothly we forget, it is a big change for them. The sights and smells will be new to them. They have no familiar landmarks. It is important to get them settled as quick as possible. A calm companion will make getting settled easier on you, as well. Be sure when all the ruckus of loading and unloading the moving van is going on, your companion is in a secure, safe place. As you are going from one location to the next be sure your companion is being transported in a safe secure manner.When all the moving in is done, try and give your companion a safe place, so they can start to settle in. Remember they have left everything familiar to them too! Some animals become depressed at their new place. Try to get the routine established as quick as possible, and the locations they are expected to do certain things, such as potty spot, eating place, and where the toys are. Most important some extra time from you is always good. This will help them feel secure. The other thing you need to do as soon as possible is start a relationship with a local vet. You must be sure you have all your companions current health info, and please be sure all vaccinations or titers are acceptable where you have moved. Also, remember to update microchip info, and any tags they may be wearing. it is a good idea to give the previous vet your new info, just in case ID needs to be made thru them. If you take all these things into consideration, you and your companion will have a safe, and uneventful move.
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