Denver movers at All My Sons Moving & Storage aim to make any move as stress free as possible on everyone involved – even your pets. So, if you’re worried about moving with your furry friend, follow this basic guide, and learn the best ways to pack for a pet so you can ensure their comfort and safety during transition.
Before the move, you should take your pet to the vet and make sure that your pet has updated records. Then, make copies of the updated records and keep them accessible when traveling to your new house.
When you actually start the packing process, you should leave your pet’s blankets, toys, bed, food and water out until the day of the move. This makes sure the pet stays in their natural state for as long as possible. It’s a good idea to put the pet’s traveling crate in the same room as them prior to the move, so they become accustomed to it in time. This hopefully will put their nerves at ease.
If you are moving with a cat, make sure you leave the litter box out and keep it easily accessible in the car. It is important for a cat to use the same restroom they usually do. When moving with a dog, bring a leash and collar so you can walk your dog periodically throughout the move from one home to another.
Just as packing and moving is stressful on you, it can be just as stressful on your pets. If you follow these tips from your trusted Denver moving company, your furry family member will be at ease during the moving process!