1. Talk to veterinarian
The first thing you need to do for your pet is to think about its health. So make an appointment with your vet as early as possible. He will examine the pet and give you some tips on the care during the moving. It’s especially important if your fluffy friend is elderly or you are going to fly with the animal.
If you are moving to another state, you have to notice that most states also require a certificate of veterinary inspection for your pet. So learn beforehand if you need one.