We have made a couple of cross country moves with our cats and dogs and this post is about some of the lessons we learned. A lot of these lessons would work for a local move also.
I: Moving your cat.
II: Moving your dog.
On the actual moving day you will want to put your pet in a room that is isolated from all the commotion. You are going to want to put a big note on the door so that the movers know to stay out of that room.
If you are moving to Spring TX during the summer months you are going to have to take special precautions because of the heat. You could end up having to eat a lot of fast food so that you can keep your pet in air conditioning.
Take all the things your pet will need with you so that they have some things that they are use to in their new home. Many people lose their pets during the moving process so you will want to take extra precautions to make sure that your pet has an easy transition to your next home.
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