Before you move it is important to plan ahead. Have your pet examined by your vet and ask if they have any recommendations such as a tranquilizer or other precautionary measures you should take with your pet for your move. If you will have to switch veterinarians once you move be sure to request your pets records from your current vet before you leave. You should have proof of rabies vaccination and a current health certificate with you if you will be crossing state lines or international borders. Ensure your pet is easily identified by his tags and make sure the information is up-to-date and current. If you have an exotic animal and are moving out of state you will need to check state laws to see if your move will be in violation of any. You may also need a permit for the move. Check other laws as well such as leash laws so you will know what to expect once you have arrived. Allow your pet to get used to whatever container they will be traveling in ahead of time.
During the Moving Process
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Depending on local laws, it may be legal to bury an animal on your own property. It is typically illegal to bury an animal on public lands such as parks. If you desire burial for your pet but do not have land of your own, check to see if there is a pet cemetery or memorial park in your area.
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I love my PetChatz!! I am so happy to be able to “call” my dogs when away on vacation. It has made a huge difference to my dogs, and I truly feel it helps them to hear from me when I am gone for an extended period of time. They figured out pretty quickly what the music call means and they run to the PetChatz box to greet me. I love that I can see them and the ability to record their reactions is great. The first time I ever used it, I got fun pic of 3 dogs figuring it out 🙂
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It used to be that people who wanted to get an abandoned or abused animal went to the local pound, saw one they liked, paid a small fee, and drove home with a new pet. Since the 1990s, however, the movement to reduce animal euthanasia and the arrival of the Internet have given rise to a new breed of rescuer. These are private groups, or even individuals, who create networks of volunteers to care for needy animals.Groups like these have high standards for who gets to adopt. Applicants are sometimes subjected to an interrogation . After receiving this hostile treatment, several would-be pet owners told me, they got offended and gave up. Others push on, (“As a dog ages, it often becomes incontinent and arthritic. How do you intend to handle your dog's age-related problems?”), supplying personal and veterinary references, and submitting to home inspections. Even after going through that ordeal, you can be told that you are unworthy for pet ownership, for reasons often left mysterious. At this point, many frustrated animal lovers can commit an act they’d previously thought abhorrent: They buy a dog, cat, bird, or guinea pig from a pet store or breeder. I know because that’s what happened to me.