The last year has been more than a roller coaster ride. It turned the world upside down and forced us to stay at home. We worked from home, learned from home, and even worked out from home. With so much time at home, we all reflected on what is essential to have at home. That’s why as we start to roll out vaccines and lower the number of cases, many are choosing to move, upgrade, and/or downsize. If you are considering a post-pandemic move, here are seven things to consider.
Moving house is stressful enough for a human, but for a dog, it can be a huge challenge. They have no idea of where they are going, why everything looks different, why everything smells different and why that ball they buried in the yard is no longer there. In fact – nothing is there because it is a different yard!
Dogs, as a whole, are better than cats at adjusting to new circumstances and environments, but it is still a huge upheaval for them, and one that needs to be handled carefully to minimize the stress it puts onto them.
Here, we look at how to help your dog with the transition to their new home and how to help them settle in.