Home sweet home
For small children and pets, moving is a big deal. In Boulder moving with pets does not need to be traumatic. A few simple steps can help your pet to feel loved, at home and anxiety free.
Set up your pets space
It is important to set up your pets’ space first thing. Ideally, in Boulder moving with pets you want the animal’s toys, food and water and bed set up before you introduce your furry friend to the new house. Take some extra time to place toys about the yard, basement and upstairs.
Be ready for an adjustment period. In the eyes of your dog, this may all be an elaborate ploy to abandon your pet. So expect so drama. Your dog may want to stay by your side or refuse to hang out in the yard by herself. Its important in Boulder moving with pets to have extra free time to help your dog or cat get acquainted with the new space. Accidents happen or puppy behavior may briefly return. Know that this is just pet anxiety.
Meet the Neighbors
As you are unpacking after getting to Boulder moving with pets, consider introducing yourself to the neighbors. Their pets may be surprised to smell a new dog in the neighborhood. Or, use the opportunity to let a neighbor know of your beloved indoor cat – just in case she ever slips out. Remember, it can take several weeks for our pets to become accustomed to their new surroundings. This is an important time for extra love and empathy toward our animals!
I’m Bob Gordon
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