07 July 2016 ~ 0 Comments

Help Your Small Dog Transition With Your Next Move

Moving with a dog can be stressful, but you can help them safely adapt with a few strategies. Photo courtesy Daniel Holt, Flickr Follow Me on Pinterest

Moving with a dog can be stressful, but you can help them safely adapt with a few strategies. Photo courtesy Daniel Holt, Flickr

“What is this new place? I’m not too sure about it. Woof!”

This summer many households will be relocating whether this may be for a new job, retirement, or college. Here is how to help your small dog transition with your next move. With these tips you will help them adapt well to their new surroundings and keep them safe.

 

 

 

Help Your Small Dog Transition With Your Next Move

When I look back on my family’s move from Los Angeles to Austin, I still don’t know how we managed to make it on the plane with our one-year-old son and two dogs – along with our luggage, playpen, dog crates, and car seat.

 

But it wasn’t just the plane ride; every stage of the move was made more challenging with three creatures who weren’t interested in sitting still while we checked off our to-do list. Read more about Moving with Dogs in Moving with your dog here.

With these tips you can help your small dog transition with your next move, and enable them to adjust to a new place without fear or anxiety. Bring with you familiar toys, blankets, and other items that will remind them of home.

What about you?

How did you help your dog(s) during your move?

Share your tips below!