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       Basic Guidelines for Moving with Pets

       Pet travel kit

       Warnings when moving with pets

       Air transportation with pets

       Checklist for air travel

       Pets traveling by vehicle

       Checklist for car travel

       Travel bags and accessories for your pet

       Pet ID tags

       Moving with dogs

       Moving with cats
       Moving with birds

       Moving with small pets

       Moving with horses

       Moving with reptiles

       Moving with fish

       Pets and your new community

       Government laws and regulations about pets

       Arriving at home after the move

       A New Veterinarian

       Checklist for Choosing a New Veterinarian

       Miscellaneous Pet Moving Information

Pet travel kit

In the week prior to the day of your move, plan to collect a kit of items that will make travel easier for your pet. This kit should include food and water as well as their dishes, and a can opener if needed for opening food containers. Also include a leash, the pet’s favorite toy, and some treats in the kit, as well as some sort of bedding. A blanket or pillowcase from home will have familiar scents on it that will be calming to your pet, so these can be especially helpful for jittery travelers. If the veterinarian has prescribed a sedative or other medication for your pet, also pack this in the travel kit. If you don’t already have updated health records for your pet’s immunizations and other treatments, obtain these from your vet now and place them in the travel kit.

Pack clean-up supplies such as deodorizer, paper towels, and a comb or brush in the travel kit as well. Bring flea or tick repellent if your area requires.

If you don’t already have a crate or other travel carrier for your pet, purchase one now. This will allow time for your pet to get familiarized with it. Put a few treats or a favorite toy inside the carrier and invite your pet to investigate. Don’t force your pet inside the carrier, but let it discover it on its own.