When choosing to rent a Oklahoma City home how can you make sure that your pet makes a smooth transition? Read on for helpful tips on transitioning your pet into a new home. Remember that moving is hard on your pet too.
Make sure that the property you like is a Pet friendly rental. Of course, the first step before anything is making sure that the property will allow pets. It’s simple, just ask.
Make sure you have some background available on your pet. Many pet owners are making a pet resume which includes vaccination information, neutered information and you can even provide references from past landlords. Include in this pet resume anything you would like to provide the owner or Oklahoma City Property Management co. that will make your Rocky seem like a Fluffy.
Look for a property with a fence. Pets cannot stay inside all the time (or they shouldn’t). Having an area to run around in will make your pet happier and healthier.
Be calm towards your pet on Moving Day. Give plenty of affection and praise and make sure to have the collar and id tag attached in case he decides to make a quick get-away.
Don’t change everything – keep his favorite smelly toys and his nasty food bowl for awhile and allow him to get comfortable with his new surroundings, then after the move and he is settled in, buy him some new items.
Make those preparations early so that when you move into your OKC rental home the move will be simple and easier for all of you, even your furry friends.
Moving is hard on your pet too so practice some patience when making the move on the big day.
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