Moving With Pets
Most pet owners wouldn't dream of leaving these much-Ioved "family members" behind when they move. But pets, like people, are happiest and most content when in familiar surroundings. Many have an instinctive fear of a new environment, even though they may adjust to it quickly.
Careful pre-planning will minimize or avoid relocation problems. In this moving with pets guide, we offer suggestions for simplifying the transfer of your pet, including a checklist of things to do and special information regarding horses, tropical fish and other unusual pets.
You can depend on your moving counselor for knowledge and experience in helping you prepare for your move. We'll be happy to assist you, answer your questions, and work closely with you to make your move as effortless as possible. Pre-planning for moving pets, as well as for your household goods, should begin as soon as you know you are going to move.
Choosing Transportation for Moving Your Pet
Moving Pets by Air
Moving Pets by Car
Health and Identification Requirements for Moving Pets
State and Local Regulations for Moving Pets
Moving Cats and Dogs
Moving Horses and Ponies