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Moving House Top Tips: Keeping your dog safe and stress free

Moving house can be one of the most hectic times in your life. The days leading up to, and immediately after, your move can be stressful for everyone in the family including your dog. All your dog has known and become familiar with, in terms of household objects and smells, changes dramatically and it is not surprising that our four-legged friends can become stressed.

Before the Move

Moving Day

 After the Move

Some dogs need space whereas some like extra attention – it is best to follow your friend’s lead, but should you become concerned about your beloved pet, speak to your vet who may be able to discuss medical options to help ease the stress for your dog over this time.

Dogs are so in tune with their owner’s feelings they often pick up on our moods, therefore, try to keep calm yourself throughout the whole process.

Moving House: Dog ‘to do’ List

Download your ‘to do’ list and keep your dog safe and stress free.

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