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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

Pets traveling by vehicle

If you plan on transporting your pets by car, you will make decisions about arrangements based on the duration of the trip. Don’t feed or water your pet for three hours before departure to reduce the risk of motion sickness.

If your pet will travel in a crate or cage for the trip, be sure that the carrier is large enough for your animal to be comfortable. Your dog or cat should be able to stand and turn around easily, and the container should also be well ventilated. Put a favorite toy in the crate, as well as some familiar bedding or blanket.

When making stops along the way, keep your pet on a leash. During this time of confusion, your animal may become excited and try to run off. Additionally, you should never leave your pet unattended in a very hot or very cold car, as they can become sick very quickly under these conditions.

If your pet is unaccustomed to car travel, start making trips together for short distances. Cats often panic in cars, and may or may not eventually calm down. If your pet is a nervous traveler, check with your veterinarian to see about tranquilizers or sedatives for the car trip. If these are prescribed, follow the veterinarian’s instructions for timing the doses.

If your trip requires an overnight stay, be sure to make reservations at a hotel that allows pets. Also pack sufficient food and medications for your pet during this period of travel.