Take your pet to get a checkup and health docs
Ask the vet about the possibility of a light sedation for the pet (depending on the travel)
Get your pet\'s health record
Make sure your pet has proper health certificate and rabies tag
Ask your vet if they have a recommendation for a new vet in your new city
Get a travel ID tag for your pet (includes the pet\'s name, your name & destination address, and the name of an alternate person to contact ICE
Cross-check your new city to see if there are any pet entry regulations (and abide by them!)
Create a travel kit for your pet filled with supplies - feeding, grooming, & favorite toys
During your travel to the new location, be sure to: keep pet hydrated, make hotel reservations at pet-friendly hotels, take frequent breaks, be weary of pets with sensitive stomachs
Once you\'ve arrived at your new home, help your pet acclimate to the new environment before letting him/her roam freely
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