Help a stressed dog cope with moving anxiety by reducing disruptions as much as possible. Try to maintain your dog’s routine to help it cope.
Tips to successfully move with puppies: Keep your dog’s routine, spend more time with your puppy and be sure to tire your dog out.
Help your dog adjust to city life by exposing it to cars, escalators, elevators, trains, trams, and buses.
House hunting as a dog parent poses challenges. Many rentals won’t take pets or charge high fees. Do research and take your time to find the right home.
Moving with your pet involves keeping your dog safe and comfortable and understanding their behavior may change as they struggle with the move.
Move with dog. Plan ahead, use some expert advice, and moving to a new city can be as easy as a quick stroll around the dog park.
Help dog adapt to new roommate: Set expectations, make compromises and give your dog extra time and attention during the transition.
Dogs thrive on routine and moving with your dog can seriously upset them. It may take your pup weeks or months to fully adjust to her new environment.
Dogs help owners adjust to new cities by making it easier to meet like-minded people, start conversations and make friends.
Once you’ve picked a new, dog-friendly house with a fenced-in backyard away from the road, use these tips to make the moving process go smoothly.