Moving your pet doesn’t have to be daunting. You can move your four-legged friend safely and confidently. Here are five ways to help your pet do better after a big move. The scent of a pet parent Animals naturally rely on smell to confirm how they are feeling about a new environment. Scents can calm a scared or anxious animal
When you’re faced with moving house, if you’re like most Australians you’re more likely to live with a dog and/or cat than with a child. Naturally, moving your loved one without any drama would be any self-respecting pet parent’s top priority. The good news is at Interstate Removals we believe moving with pets should be a positive experience for everyone.
Moving interstate can mean a lot of furniture, valuables, TVs, beds and plenty of boxes. Here's one of our big boys getting set for a long-haul move. [embed]https://www.facebook.com/InterstateRemovals/videos/2006030196129990/[/embed]