Moving With Your PetsNovember 24th, 2016 | Posted by in Homeowners Insurance | Insurance Company | Insurance Coverage | Pet Insurance
There are so many things that you have to do before you move. You will have to call your homeowner insurance company. Your insurance coverage may need to change when you move to your new place. You will also have to do a lot of packing. Additionally, if you have pets, then packing up and moving can be even more difficult. In addition to getting pet insurance, there are many things that you can do to make this move easier for your pets.
Tips On Moving With Pets
Prepare Your Pets For The Move
Cats and dogs typically do not like change. You can prepare your pets for this move by bringing the moving boxes in before you move. You should also keep your pets in the same room while you are packing up on moving day. However, if your pet is spooked, then you may want to keep him or her at a friend’s house until you finish packing up.
Make Sure Your Pet Has ID Tags And Collars
This is just as important as getting pet insurance. Your pet should have a collar and ID tag with your contact information on it. You may also want to get your pet microchipped. This will give you extra protection just in case your pet loses his or her collar and ID tag. Your insurance coverage may include microchipping.
Put Your Pet In His Or Her Crate
This is one of the most important tips on moving with pets. Your pet probably has not spent a lot of time in his or her crate. You can prepare your pet for the move by putting the pet in the crate every day and gradually increasing the time that he or she spends there.
Take Breaks Regularly
When you are thinking about your homeowner insurance, you should also make sure that you schedule breaks. Regular breaks are important for both you and your pet.
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