How to Be Kind to Your Dog When You Move
Published on Tuesday, 24 August 2010
If you get stressed and tired when you move, so is your dog. Both humans and animals suffer from the effects of moving and you have to help your dog adjust with the changes, too. Together, you will overcome the troubles and moving problems. Is your new home safe for your dog? Prior to the move, you must check out whether the property has fence to keep your dog safe. Are there holes in the lawn or the backyard? Do something about because the least thing you would want to happen is to get your dog trapped in one of the holes. Unfamiliar neighborhood gives your dog an itchy feeling, like the way humans feel uncomfortable when they are in a strange place. Where is the nearest animal emergency center in your new place? Accidents happen and you should know where to bring your canine friend once unexpected thing takes place. Being kind to your dog means taking things slowly. An abrupt change may make your dog feel depressed. So, if you are traveling by car, take your dog for a short road trip until your dog gets the hang of traveling by car. Finally, have enough food supply when you move. Give your god something to drink or eat when you travel and right after you reach your new home.
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