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Moving with Pets | Fort Worth

Moving isn’t an easy thing to do, especially when you add children or pets into the mix. If this is your first move and you plan on moving with your fur children, relax and take a deep breath because you got this. Below are some helpful tips and tricks our Fort Worth movers have created for a successful move for not only you, but your pet.

Planning to Move with Your Pet

Planning is important for a great move, especially for a move with pets. Animals don’t like change and they can feel the energy of the upcoming move. When moving with your pet, get them acquainted to their crate they will be in, place your cat or dog inside of it each day and even eventually get them to eat a meal in it as the end goal. You want to plan accordingly for your pet, if they do not like cars or if you aren’t sure they will, drive around each day to get them accustomed to the vehicle.

Packing for a Pet Move

Your precious pets will begin to see the changes in your old home as you begin to pack away certain items, for smaller pets like cats, keep an eye on them as you begin to pack. Cats tend to become skittish and nervous when they see changes in the home. You might want to put them in a separate room while you’re packing until you complete the process. If you need help with packing supplies and packing, let our Fort Worth packing service help. Our professional movers are all pet friendly and can help you pack up your valuables while you tend to the comfort of your pets. We will even give you moving boxes, bubble wrap, packing peanuts, and more with our Fort Worth packing supplies.

Moving Into Your New Home

Once you have moved into your new home with your pet, they will know they are in a new space. A tip from the ASPCA suggests allowing pets to adjust to the move slowly. Place them in a room in your new home that they can use as a “home base.” This room should have their favorite toys, treats, food, water, and a litter box for cats. You want your pet to slowly adjust to their new home. 1 The primary goal is for your pet to feel safe and welcomed in their new home just as you would when you moved.

Contact Us

When moving with pets, you always want to talk with your vet before you do the actual move, bring up any health concerns and find a local vet in the area of your new place. Have papers ready to be switched over and always make sure your pet is up to date with vaccines. Contact us to learn more about our Fort Worth movers and how we can plan and organize a move that is the best option for you and your pet.


  1. The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals – Moving with Your Pet