Arriving At Your New Place With Your Pet

Moving to a new home is stressful for both owners and their pets. If you are moving to a new place with your pet, here are some tips to make the transition period less stressful for you and your pet. 

Once you arrive at your new home, bring your pet’s carrier into a safe and secure room before letting him out. Be sure to check for potential hiding places, escape routes, or openings even in cabinets. It is also prudent to check for electrical wires, open or unfastened windows, and hanging drapery cords. The water should also be checked for chemicals that may be harmful to your pet. The new house and its surroundings should be checked thoroughly for potential hazards before your pet can be allowed to explore the house. Creating the right environment can go a long way in making the transition period in a new home less stressful to you and your pet.

Ask your vet Tampa, FL regarding important pet issues.


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