pet relocation

Pet Protocol: Tips for Apartment Renters Who Own Dogs, Cats

By John Egan   April 29, 2013

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At the Austin apartment complex that I just moved into, rarely a day goes by that I don’t spot a neighbor walking Spot (or Buster or Bella). Does everyone there own a dog except me? And what about all the cats I’m not seeing?

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Homeward Bound: 5 Tips For Safely Moving Pets

By Guest Contributor   March 19, 2013

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[ by Madison Capps, uShip ]

Pets are the glue that holds families together, offer comfort for lonely lives, and function as man’s best friend. Relocation can often be a stressful time when moving across state lines, and moving pets can be the most worrisome part. If the extra dining room set and old rugs don’t have an immediate home in the new place, SpareFoot can come to the rescue! But unfortunately, pets can’t go into storage. When the family Subaru is packed to the brim with essentials and there is no room for Fido, often the best option is to trust the family pet with an animal transporter to safely carry them from the old place to the new one.

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The DOs and DON’Ts Of Moving With Pets

By Guest Contributor   June 28, 2012

by Nancy LaFever

Moving is usually stressful. But imagine how disturbing it must be for your pets, who don’t understand what’s going on around them. Your job is to make the transition safe for them, and you can start by planning ahead. If you’re moving with pets, take these steps to make the move safe and less stressful for your animal companions.

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