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How to mitigate the stress of your pets in moving?

Posted by KHADI on July 23, 2019
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A change of home with pets is complicated no matter how organized the owners of the pets are, it is inevitable that they are stressed during the move, because emotions are in full bloom, both for people and their pets.

Therefore the popular saying: Moving removes the worst of people. And it is not for less, because it is stressful to organize, filter and package all the belongings, clothes and various items.

Pets are very receptive to the emotions and feelings of their owners, and perceive it the second.

From Hormicasa.es we want to provide you with 5 basic guidelines to try to keep your pets as stressless as possible, while moving in:

Ohmm! Take a breath, take a deep breath and try to relax.

Pets capture all the emotions and feelings of their owners, and if the owners are nervous during the move they will be too.

Protect your pets during the move.

Do not take your eyes off pets when moving boxes or furniture are moving and doors may be open, or even try not to be distressed with so much movement inside the house. The worst thing you can do during a move is to realize that a pet has left alone and died of fear of the street.

Try to distract your pets.

Buying a new toy for the pet and entertaining alone is a good idea, or if you ask for help from a family member, friend or acquaintance to entertain or take her for a walk while moving.

Keep up the routine.

Although it is difficult, as it happens to humans, whether we are big or small, maintaining a daily routine, especially in terms of walking schedules and meals, it helps animals a lot.

Move all pet material to the new house.

It is important that pets know where their site is since they enter the new house, so they feel calmer and immediately have their routine, avoiding extra stress.

If you want us to help you find a new ideal home for you and your pets, please do not hesitate to contact us.

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