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In a survey commissioned by North America Van Lines, 45% of participants reported that moving was the most stressful event in their lives. Moving alone or with a family can evidently be challenging, but moving with a pet can increase the stress for all parties – pets included. 

We’ve compiled some helpful tips on how to go about moving with your pets and how to keep them happy and healthy along the way. 

Start preparing early for your pet’s transition. This will look slightly different depending on what kind of pet you have, and how long the move will be. If you plan on driving with your pet to your new home, make sure to familiarize them with the car and any traveling bag or crate they will be in. You can introduce their carrier into their home environment early so that they become accustomed to how it smells, and any noises it could make. This will ease their stress on the day of as they are already familiar with it. If your pet is not accustomed to traveling...

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