Moving Tips for Dog Owners
Published on Wednesday, 23 December 2009
Man's best friend can also suffer inconveniences and pressure when you move. Dogs can surely cope with changes in their environment but they should be provided with love and care, too to make adjustment way easier and acceptable for them. The following are reminders on how to make move a less stressful case for you and your dogs. 1. Survey your new place to know if it will provide a good shelter to you and your dog. Check the security so that your dog will not easily escape. Look for holes and cover them as holes pose danger to your dear pet. 2. Determine whether your new place has paralysis ticks or heartworm. You and your family shouldn't be exposed with these dangerous living things. 3. Locate the nearest and most reliable animal emergency center in your new place in case something happens to your dog. Help should be just around the corner. 4. During the travel, provide all the comforts you can give to your dog. Get plenty of dog supplies so that your dog will not suffer from any inconveniences. 5. Impose car measures during the trip because your dog may escape or put his head out the window. With these simple yet helpful tips, you will certainly make the most of your move, and your dog will simply love it.
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