Checking Location Before Moving for Dog's Safety
Visiting the vet and putting a new tag for your lovely dog are not the only ways to keep your pet away from danger. One of the most forgotten things by owners is checking the location to ensure the dog's safety. For instance, you should see the new house if it is 100% safe for your dog. Perhaps there are some holes in the house's fence or the fence might be too low that your dog will go over it. You surely don't want to invest your time looking for your lost dog instead of taking care of the furniture pieces that need to be arranged in the new house. Check also if the new community has a low level of heartworm or tick cases. You can check with the local veterinary for the record so you can prepare in case of infection. Aside from that, learn also where are the possible places you can go to in case of emergency. You don't want to be wandering around late at night looking for the nearest animal emergency center. So as early as now, look for a 24/7 center for animals. Checking your location, the possible dangers in it, and the possible solutions to anticipated problems in the place will help a lot for your dog's safety. Its first weeks of stay in the new location will surely be better for as long as you are always prepared for any problems.