Important pet safety steps to take leading up to the move include getting your small pet acclimated to being in a secure, well-ventilated crate. This way, your pet is ready to be safely confined during the trip. For larger dogs, try familiarizing them with being secured with a leash or harness attached to a seat belt during car rides. A final task is to reserve a room in a pet-friendly hotel if planning to travel long-distance.

Infographic created by Moving Proz, a commercial moving company.

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